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COLONIAL ECHO 1966 



College of William 

and Mary 
Founded in 1693 
Williamsburg, Virginia 








Table of Contents 








ADMINISTRATION 




AND FACULTY 


14 


Dedication 


16 


Administration 


18 


Faculty 


25 




STUDENT LIFE 

Miss William 
and Mary 







SPORTS 


220 


Staff 


222 


Men's Sports , 


224 


Women's Sports 


269 








ORGANIZATIONS 92 

Student Government 94 

Honorary Fraternities 106 

Publications 118 

Interest Groups 132 

Religious Groups 164 

Greeks 176 





CLASSES 



Seniors 


280 


Juniors 


320 


Sophomores 


339 


Freshmen 


362 



Law and Graduates 382 



INDEX 







The shady, quiet corner . . . where so many have 
passed . . . the heart of tradition ... a familiar 
scene ... we walk from Wren's honored halls 
... to the life enriched. 





A crowded room and a corridor . . . new friend- 
ships . . . informalities ... we suffer . . . the pains 
of exploration . . . the pangs of love ... for four 
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tator involvement . . . and enthusiastic endeav- 
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Meals and easy conversation . . . the serious times 
. . . quiet tete-a-tetes ... we repeat old routines 
. . . work . . . relax . . . grow . . . the days come and 
go. 





Time-tested traditions give way 
. . . new environments ... re- 
sponsibilities . . . duties . . . built 
in steel . . . brick . . . mortar . . . 
glass . . . the firm construction 
... an expanding campus reflect- 
ing the strivings of the individual. 





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ADMINISTRATION 
AND FACULTY 




They organize and man- 
age the establishment. As 
individuals, intricate parts 
of a whole, they talk, un- 
derstand, and feel, then 
lead our endeavors to- 
ward the right goals along 
the best paths. 





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Dean Jones chats 
Convocation. 



ith Dean Fowler before the Charter Da 



W. Melville Jones, Dean of the College since 1964, 
has served the Col-lege in various capacities since 
his appointment to the faculty in 1928 as Associate 
Professor of English. In I 958 he was appointed Dean 
of the Faculty. This year Dean Jones was the re- 
cipient of the Thomas Jefferson Award, given to 
the member of the faculty thought to embody the 
spirit and ideals of Thomas Jefferson. Because 
of his outstanding service to the College the 1966 
Colonial Echo is dedicated to W. Melville Jones. 



DEDICATION 




Dean and Mrs. Melville Jones. 



British exchange students meet for lively discussion with their "adopted American Father.' 




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FRONT ROW: Charles K. Hutchens, Frank Ernst, Walter G. Mason, 
Davis Y. Paschall, W. Brooks George, J. B. Woodward — Rector, John 
P. Harper. SECOND ROW: Woodrow W. Wilkerson, Frank W. Cox, 



Hon. Thomas B. Stanley, H. 
Robertson, Ernest Goodrich, M 



Hudnal Ware, Jr., Hon. Walter S. 
Carl Andrews, Judge Sterling Hutche- 



THE BOARD OF VISITORS 




Since the College was chartered 
in 1693, the Board of Visitors 
has been the governing body of 
the College. Its duties include 
responsibility for maintenance of 
College property, approving the 
budget, setting tuition rates, fees, 
and the reguirements for ad- 
mission, appointing the President 
and other administration and 
faculty members, and establish- 
ing policies for the two year col- 
leges — Richard Bland in Peters- 
burg and Christopher Newport in 
Newport News. The Board con- 
sists of fourteen members ap- 
pointed by the Governor to serve 
four years without compensation. 



Rector J. B. Woodward chats with President Davis Y. Pascha 



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THE PRESIDENT 




Dr. Davis Y. Paschall, President 
of the College since I960, is also 
an alumnus of William and Mary. 
He has served the educational 
interests of the State as State 
Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion and has been distinguished 
by many national awards. 

Dr. Paschall's career at the Col- 
lege included membership in 
many of its honoraries and other 
organizations: Phi Beta Kappa, 
Eta Sigma Phi, Kappa Delta Pi, 
Kappa Phi Kappa, Phi Kappa Phi, 
the International Relations Club, 
the Biology Club, and the Philo- 
mathean Literary Society. 

During President Paschall's six 
years as President of the College 
significant progress has been 
made in all areas of College 
growth and development. 



n a moment of relaxation, President Paschall enjoys a footbal 
game at Cary Stadium. 



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President Paschall confers with Mr. E. E. Bricked, Administra- 
tive Assistant to the President. 



The President helps to welcome new faculty members to the 
College at the Fall Faculty Reception. 



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EDUCATIONAL 




W. Melville Jones 

Dean of the College 



Robert T. Siegel 

Dean of Graduate Studies 




Harold L. Fowler 

Dean of the Faculty 



Robert A. Johnston 

Associate Dean of the Faculty 



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ADMINISTRATION 




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James A. Servies 

Librarian 



Dudley M. Jensen 

Registrar 



ADMISSIONS 





Rex Tillotson 

Director of Admissions for Men 







Robert P. Hunt 

Dean of Admissions 



Harriet E. Reid 

Director of Admissions for Women 



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STUDENT PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION 




J. Wilfred Lambert 

Dean of Students 




John C. Bright 

Director, Student Aid and Placement 
Warren J. Green 
Director, Campus Center 



Carson H. Barnes, Jr. 

Dean of Men 



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Sandra Snidow 

Assistant Dean of Women 



Robert W. Squatriglia 

Assistant Dean of Men 




James S. Kelly 

Director of Development 



Warren Heeman 

Coordinator of Research 



DEVELOPMENT 




Ross Weeks 

Director of Public Information 



Jerry Van Voorhis 



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Robert T. English, Jr. 

Bursar 



Floyd Whi+aker 

Internal Auditor 



BUSINESS 

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Vernon L. Nunn 

Treasurer-Auditor 





Charles E. Chandler 

Director of Purchase and Stores 



Dennis K. Cogle 

Personnel Supervisor 



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FACULTY 




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Dr. John Morrill graphically makes a point in 
Freshman Biology Lab. 



Biology Department Makes Plans for 
Completion of Life Science Building 







Robert E. Black, 

Professor 
Garnett R. Brooks, 

Assistant Professor 
Mitchell A. Byrd, 

Professor 



Brian F. Chabot, 

Lecturer 
Gustav W. Hall, 

Assistant Professor 
Charlotte P. Mangum, 

Assistant Professor 



John B. Morrill, 

Associate Professor 
Robert A. Pedigo, 

Associate Professor 
C. Richard Terman, 

Associate Professor 




Late in the spring, construction was begun on the 
$2,353,00 Life Science Building located next -to 
the Swem Library and across from Landrum Dormi- 
tory. This building will house the Biology and Psy- 
chology Departments and is expected to be com- 
pleted in September of 1968. 

Dr. Mitchell A. Byrd, Head of the Department of Biology, 
looks over the plans for the new Life Science Building. 



Dr. Robert Black offers advice in Cell Physiology Lab. 



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Business Administration Master to be 



Waigh Dafashy, 

Assistant Professor 



Gilbert C. Jones, 
Assistant Professor 



Established in the Summer of 1966 

The Department of Business Administration publishes monthly 
two indicies to report business and economic activities. Re- 
search for the United States Record Industry, the Virginia 
Travel Industry, and the Maryland Fisheries Industry as well as 
city planning for nearby Hampton were carried on by the fac- 
ulty. This summer the Department will establish a Master of 
Arts program in Business Administration. 



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John S. Quinn, 
Professor 



Charles L. Quittmeyer, 
Professor 



William T. Reece, 

Associate Professor 




Dr. Charles L. Quittmeyer, Head of the Department of Business Adminis- 
tration. 



Economics Department Faculty Active on State and Local Level 




Faculty members of the Department of Economics 
have achieved local and statewide recognition. John 
Mathews was appointed to the State Manpower 
Task Force and Leonard Schifrin is serving on two 
committees related to developing an economics 
program for the Richmond city schools. 

Dr. Leonard G. Schifrin, Head of the Department of Eco- 



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Robert A. Barry, Instructor; Kee II Choi, Assistant Professor; 
Martin A. Garrett, Jr., Assistant Professor; John R. Matthews, 
Associate Professor; Anthony L. Sancetta, Professor; Leonard 
G. Schifrin, Associate Professor. 




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NSF Awards Chem Department Undergraduate Research Grant 




Alfred R. Armstrong, 

Professor 
William G. Guy, 

Professor 
Bryant Harrell, 

Associate Professor 
Trevor B. Hill, 

Associate Professor 
Edward Kati, 

Instructor 
Richard L. Kiefer, 

Assistant Professor 

John T. MacQueen, 

Assistant Professor 
Lavonne O. Tarleton, 

Instructor 
Joseph T. Zung, 

Associate Professor 



The National Science Foundation 
awarded the Chemistry Depart- 
ment a grant of $14,000 for the 
purchase of undergraduate in- 
struction booklets and $8,400 for 
undergraduate research. The De- 
partment, in conjunction with 
the National Aeronautics and 
Space Administration, was in- 
volved in the development of the 
Synchrocyclotron. 




Dr. Joseph Zung makes a point in his Chemistry III class. 



Dr. Trevor Hill conducts an experiment for an Or- 
ganic Chemistry Lab. 
Dr. William G. Guy, Head of the Department of Chemistry, is a familiar face to Freshmen Chemistry students. 



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Dr. Howard K. Holland, Dean 
of Education. 



)f the School 



Mr. Richard Copeland demonstrates the important use of visual aids to one 
of his Education classes. 



Board of Visitors Creates New School of Education 



Due to a decision of the Board 
of Visitors, the Department of 
Education was expanded to a full 
School of Education, and courses 
were opened to the undergrad- 
uate as well as the graduate. As 
a result, graduate enrollment in- 
creased and this year seven hun- 
dred and fifty students partici- 
pated in the Master of Education 
program. 



Royce W. Chesser, 
Associate Professor 

Paul N. Clem, 

Associate Professor 

Richard W. Copeland, 
Associate Professor 



Armand J. Galfo, 

Associate Professor 
Kervin E. Geoffroy, 

Assistant Professor 
Donald J. Herrmann, 

Director of the Eve- 
ning College, Director 
of the Summer Ses- 
sion, Coordinator of 
Branches, Professor 




Howard K. Holland, Professor; Carl W. McCartha, Professor: R. O. Nelson, Professor; F. J. Patrick Riley, Jr., Instructor; John W. Sykes, 
Assistant Professor: Thelma W. Wenger, Assistant Professor; Margaret F. Winder, Assistant Professor. 




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English Institute Endowed 




Jean C. Andrews, Instructor; Donald L. Ball, Assistant 
Professor; Edward E. Brickell, Assistant Professor; Charles E. 
Davidson, Professor; William F. Davis, Jr., Assistant Pro- 
fessor; Nathaniel Y. Elliott, Instructor; Frank B. Evans, Pro- 
fessor; Elizabeth H. Hageman, Instructor; David L. Holmes, 
Instructor; Carol A. Hubert, Instructor; David C. Jenkins, 
Associate Professor; Jerome C. Kindred, Instructor. 



The Wren Attic provides an excellent atmosphere for Dr. McCulley's 
Shakespeare class. 

Dr. David Jenkins conducts the discussion in an informal English class 
in the Wren Building. 

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By Government Grant 




Robert P. Maccubbin, Instructor; Kenneth M. Mason, Jr., 
Instructor; Cecil M. McCulley, Professor; James Holt McGav- 
ran, Jr., Instructor; Fraser Neiman, Professor; Charles C. 
Niclierson, Instructor; Lawrence S. Seale, Instructor; Lloyd 
R. Shaw, Jr., Instructor; LeRoy W. Smith, Associate Professor; 
Russell Sparling, Instructor; William R. Thurman, Jr., Instruc- 
tor; J. H. Willis, Jr., Assistant Professor. 



Dr. Fraser Neiman, Head of the Department of English. 

Dr. Donald Ball, President of the Faculty Club, heads the re- 
ception line at the annual reception for new faculty members. 



The English Department was awarded a grant of 
$45,000 by the Department of Health, Education, 
and Welfare to support a 1966 Summer Institute for 
Advanced Study in English, directed by Dr. LeRoy 
Smith. The Institute, lasting seven weeks, will offer 
two courses in advanced composition and a work- 
shop for secondary school English teachers. 

English Department films, scheduled to supplement 
various English courses, included "W. B. Yeats: A 
Tribute," and Tyrome Guthries' color production 
of Sophocles' "Oedipus Rex." The Wren Kitchen 
Series sponsored the production of Ben Jonson's 
Masque, "News from the New World and the 
Moon." 




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Construction Begun on Fine Arts Addition to PBK Hall 




The new Fine Arts addition to PBK Hall, begun 
this fall and due to be completed in the spring 
of 1967, will include new studios for ceramics, 
arts and crafts, and architecture, a complete audio- 
visual classroom for Fine Arts 200, and an Art 
Gallery, which will provide space for exhibits of im- 
portance to come to the campus. 



Henry E. Coleman, 

Instructor 

Glenn G. Kirk, 

Instructor 




Richard K. Newman, Jr. 

Associate Professor 
William H. Phillips, 

Lecturer 



Carl A. Roseberg, 

Associate Professor 
Thomas E. Thorne, 

Professor 






Mr. Thomas E. Thorne, Head of the Department of Fine 
Arts, gives one of his students a little practical advice. 




Theatre and Speech Department Sponsors Student Expression 



Three major student activities are sponsored by the 
Department of Theatre and Speech: the William 
and Mary Theatre; the William and Mary Debate 
Council; and the college radio station, WCWM-FM. 
The College's closed-circuit TV is also operated by 
the department. 

Mr. Howard M. Scammon, Head of the Department of 
Theatre and Speech, conducts a rather informal class in 
acting techniques. 




Albert E. Haak, 

Associate Professor 
Donald L McConkey, 

Assistant Professor 



James W. Sawyer, 

Assistant Professor 
Howard Scammon, 

Associate Professor 



Frank J. Staroba, 

Assistant Professor 
Howard P. Travis, 

Instructor 




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Freshman Geology students put class instruction to practical use on a field trip conducted by Dr. Goodwin. 

Geology Department Attends 
State and National Conferences 

The Geology Department, in its fifth year, rep- 
resented the College at a symposium presented by 
the National Academy of Sciences and at the first 
Basin and Range Field Conference, and carried 
out research for the Virginia Division of Mineral 
Resources. 

Dr. Clement helps geology students classify various rocks 
and determine their mineral content. 




Kenneth F. Biclc, 

Associate Professor 
Stephen C. Clement, 

Assistant Professor 



Bruce K. Goodwin, 

Assistant Professor 
Gerald H. Johnson, 

Instructor 



Dr. Kenneth F. Bick, Head of the Department of Geology, 
uses the opaque projector to illustrate his early morning 
lectures. 





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Dr. Chonghan Kim explains the changing African world. 




Dr. Charles Taylor leads the discussion in an early morning 
Government quiz section. 



Government Master to be 
Established in September 1967 

Dr. Warner Moss, Chairman of the Department of 
Government since 1937, was appointed Director 
of the new Marshall-Wythe Institute of Public Af- 
fairs. Succeeding Dr. Moss is Dr. James M. Roherty, 
an Associate Professor of Government since 1963. 
In September of 1967 a Master's degree in Govern- 
ment will be offered for the first time. 




Dr. Warner Moss, new Director of the Marshall-Wythe In- 
stitute, lectures in Government 201. 




Richard C. Curry, Assistant Professor; Carolyn Dorrance, Instructor; Chonghan Kim, Assistant Professor; W. Warner Moss, Professor; James 
M. Roherty, Associate Professor; David C. Ringsmith, Instructor; Charles Lewis Taylor, Assistant Professor. 



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R. Carlyle Beyer, Professor; Joseph L. Brent, III, Assistant 
Professor; Anthony J. Esler, Assistant Professor; Ludwell H. 
Johnson, Professor; James N. McCord, Jr., Instructor; Dietrich 
Orlow, Assistant Professor; Richard B. Sherman, Assistant Pro- 
fessor; Thaddeus W. Tate, Associate Professor; Gerald D. 
Turbow, Assistant Professor. 




Dr. Ludwell Johnson, Chairman of the Department of History, 
advice to a prospective History major. 



gives 



Department of History Makes Plans to Establish Ph.D. 



Dr. Ludwell Johnson was appointed Chairman of 
the Department of History succeeding Dr. Bruce 
McCully, who had been Acting Chairman since 
September I 964. Members of the Department were 
active in national history conferences; publishing 
papers, articles, and books; and giving lectures for 
different organizations on campus. 



Dr. Carlyle Beyer, Director of the Freshman Honors 
Program, chats with Dr. R. G. Winter at the Fall Faculty 
Reception. 




Dr. Dietrich Orlow gives History 101 students an overview 
of European History. 




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New Facilities Widen Scope of Home Economics Courses 





This year the Department of 
Home Economics has acquired a 
new loom for the textile lab, new 
cabinets, and has replaced other 
laboratory equipment. This has 
widened the course offerings to 
include more advanced clothing, 
tailoring, and design courses. 

Miss Alma Wilkin, 
Head of the Depart- 
ment of Home Eco- 
nomics, consults the 
textile charts. 

Alma Wilkin, 

Associate Professor 
Thelma M. Miller, 

Assistant Professor 




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ROTC Program Continues 
To Expand as College Grows 



The U. S. Army military program 
at the College is completely vol- 
untary. The Basic Course consti- 
tutes the first two years and is 
non-paying. The Advanced 
Course, two more years, entitles 
each cadet to $40 per month 
plus $ 1 60 for summer camp. Each 
cadet may accumulate fourteen 
credits and about $1000. 

Lt. Col. Hogan, Head 
of the Department of 
Military Science. 

Julian L. Hogan, 

Lt. Col., Professor 
Jesse S. Loclaby, Jr., 
Captain, Assistant 
Professor 
Milton R. Wofford, 
Captain, Assistant 
Professor 




Secretarial Sciences Prepare 
Students for Business Careers 



The Secretarial Science Depart- 
mervt, led by Miss Edril Lott, pre- 
sents a range of courses teach- 
ing basic skills in shorthand, type- 
writing, and secretarial practices. 




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p*+. Marshall-Wythe School of Law Hosts 
Eleventh Annual Tax Conference 



Thomas C. Atlceson, 

Professor 
Harry E. Atkinson, 

Instructor 
Joseph Curtis, 



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E. McGruder F 

Instructor 
Emeric Fischer, 

Assistant Professor 
Arthur W. Phelps, 

Professor 

E. Blythe Stason, Jr., 

Assistant Professor 
James P. Whyte, Jr., 

Professor 
Dudley W. Woodbridge 

Professor 



The Oliver Wendell Holmes De- 
vise of the Library of Congress 
awarded the 1965-66 Holmes 
Lectures to the Marshall-Wythe 
School of Law. Harry W. Jones, 
Carodoza Professor of Jurispru- 
dence at Columbia University, 
spoke on "The Path of the Con- 
stitution" at this lecture series 
rotated annually among leading 
American law schools. The stu- 
dent law team represented the 
College at the National Moot 
Court Competition in New York. 




Dr. James P. Whyte takes time out from classes 
to do reference work for a labor arbitration hearing. 



Dr. Joseph Curtis, Dean of the Marshall-Wythe School of Law. 



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Department of Ancient Languages 
Contributes to Classical Education 



The Department of Ancient Languages is one of 
the original seven of the College. It has continued 
to maintain its high place in the teaching of the 
classics and Liberal Arts by emphasis upon Greek 
and Latin Literature even when the accent on sci- 
ence has tended to pervade the interests of mod- 
ern education. 





John J. Alewynse, Instructor; J. Worth Banner, Professor; 
James R. Beeler, Assistant Professor; Hertha K. Berry, As- 
sistant Professor; Helen Brower, Instructor; Arthur E. Haase, 
Instructor; Denise M. Heilbronn, Instructor; Lewis Hoffman, 
Associate Professor; Lestine R. Johnston, Instructor; Alexander 
Kallos, Professor; Liliane Krebs, Instructor; Alexander I. 
Kurtz, Assistant Professor. 



Work in the language lab is an essential part 



Dr. George J. Ryan, Head of the Department of Ancient Lan- 
guages. 






Edwin D. Floyd, Instructor; M. J. Pearl, Visiting Professor, 
Deceased, February 16, 1966; George J. Ryan, Professor. 




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Ben A. McCary, Associate Professor; J. Luke Martel, As- 
sociate Professor: John A. Moore, Professor; Aubrey L. 
Morrison, Jr., Lecturer; Richard B. Otis, Instructor; Maria 
A. Robredo Palmaz, Lecturer; Marcel Reboussin, Professor; 
Gordon B. Ringgold, Professor; Nicolette P. Ringgold, Lec- 
turer; Howard Stone, Professor; Marie E. Strohhofer, In- 
structor; Anne Tyler, Instructor. 



of the first year of Modern Languages. 




Modern Language Professors 
Attend National Language Meetings 

The Department of Modern Languages has actively repre- 
sented the College at the language conventions in Chicago 
and Atlanta in addition to publishing numerous papers 
on various aspects of language. This year Dr. J. Luke 
Martel was awarded the rank of "Chevalier" of the "Ordre 
des Palmes Academigues" at the French Embassy in Wash- 
ington, D. C. 




Dr. Kallos helps Miss Hausserman and Miss Crowe find their places 
in the Academic Procession at Opening Convocation. 

Dr. Pierre C. Oustinoff, Head of the Department of Modern 
Languages. 




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Dr. Thomas L. Reynolds, Head of the Department of 
Mathematics. 

Dr. Fred Weiler lectures to his Math 407 class on the algebra 
of matrices. 




Visiting Lecturers Program 
Enriches Math Department 

The Mathematics Department sponsored the Pro- 
gram of Visiting Lecturers of the Mathematical As- 
sociation of America at which Professor Hans 
Sagan of North Carolina State University spoke 
on "Differentiation of Functional. " Members of 
the Department represented the College at vari- 
ous conferences held to acquaint them with the 
latest teaching methods and mathematical theories. 



Benjamin R. Cato, Jr., 

Associate Professor 
Judy Ann Clarlc, 

Lecturer 



Luther T. Conner, Jr., 

Assistant Professor 
Hugh B. Easier, 

Assistant Professor 



Michael H. Kutner, 

Assistant Professor 
Lawrence C. Leonard, 

Lecturer 



Joyce F. Longman, 

Instructor 
Thomas L. Reynolds, 

Professor 



Margaret J. Stone, 

Instructor 
William C. Turner, 

Assistant Professor 



Fred W. Weiler, 

Associate Professor 
Nathaniel R. Withers, 

Instructor 




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Department of Music Sponsors 
Collegium Musicum Series 

Always striving to improve quality both in pro- 
gramming and performance, the Department of 
Music sponsored its annual Collegium Musicum 
Series. This Series, supplementing the teaching of 
history, musical application on various instruments, 
and musical appreciation, introduced new and un- 
usual repertoire and musical media. Among these 
performances was a piano recital given by Ran- 
dolph Hokans whose program included a rarely 
heard Mozart Sonata and Mendelssohn's "Song 
Without Words." 




Dr. Frederick D. Truesdell, Head of the Department of 
Music, takes time out from classes to work on an original 
composition. 




James S. Darling, Lecturer; Carl A. Fehr, Professor; John V. Koman, Lecturer; Stephen P. Palades, Assistant Professor; Alan C. Stewart, 
Associate Professor; Frederick D. Truesdell, Professor; Charles R. Varner, Associate Professor. 

Philosophy Department Moves Offices Into Swem Library 



Dr. Frank A. MacDonald, Head of the Department of 
Philosophy, directs the Freshman Honors Colloquium on the 
nature of man. 




The Philosophy Department moved its offices to 
the new library where seminars and colloquiums 
were held. The department played an active part 
in the annual meeting of the Virginia Philosophical 
Association. Elizabeth S. Reed was elected Secre- 
tary of the Association and James T. Leach and 
Glenn Pearce presented their papers. Professor 
Frank A. MacDonald spoke at the Opening Con- 
vocation of Old Dominion College. 



Lewis A. Foster, Jr., 

Associate Professor 
Frank A. MacDonald, 

Professor 



H. Earl McLane, Jr., 

Visiting Associate 
Professor 
Elizabeth S. Reed, 

Assistant Professor 




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Mr. Howard M. Smith, Head of the Physical Education De- 
partment for Men, lists important facts in his lecture. 

The main emphasis in the Men's Physical Education 
Department is "total fitness." Each semester all 
students are given a postural screening examina- 
tion and the Harvard Step Test for cardio-respira- 
tory classification index. Personal physicals are re- 
viewed and the class instructor determines the 
proper amount of physical activity each student 
should have. 

Mr. E. E. Jones demonstrates a proper overhand serve to 
his volleyball class. 




Physical Education Department 
Stresses 'Total Fitness' Program 



Joseph S. Agee, 

Assistant Professor 
William B. Chambers, Jr., 

Assistant Professor 



Edmund T. Derringe, 

Instructor 
Harry R. Groves, 
Instructor 



John H. Harvey, 

Instructor 
H. Lester Hooker, Jr., 

Assistant Professor 



Bobby C. James, 

Instructor 
Edward E. Jones, 

Instructor 



Mont M. Linlcenauger, 

Assistant Professor 
Lawrence A. Peccatiello, 

Instructor 



Ralph Pucci, 
Instructor 
Howard M. Smith, 

Professor 



August R. Tammariello, 

Instructor 
Chet X. Witten, 

Assistant Professor 








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Martha E. Barksdale, 
Associate Professor 

Mildred E. Barrett, 
Assistant Professor 



Eleanor Q. Corbett, 

Instructor 
Shirley G. Roby, 

Assistant Professor 



Janet Tomlinson, 

Instructor 
Carol A. Wallace, 

Assistant Professor 




Miss Martha E. Barksdale, Head of the Department of 
Physical Education for Women. 



This year marks the completion of forty five years 
of service by Miss Martha Barksdale to the Wom- 
en's Physical Education Department. As William 
and Mary's first woman graduate, Phi Beta Kappa, 
and Miss William and Mary, her contributions to 
the College as student and instructor will not be 
forgotten. 



Miss Martha Barksdale Completes Forty Five Years of Service 



Miss Caroline Hausserman, former fullback for the Women's 
First United States Hockey Team, coached this year's 
Women's Hockey Team. 



Miss Janet Tomlinson anxiously watches over her beginning 
swimming class. 





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Physics Department Plans 
To Establish Computer Center 

The Physics Department hosted the Intermediate 
Energy Physics Conference at which papers of in- 
ternational note were presented. Plans are being 
made in conjunction with VMI, VARC, and Chris- 
topher Newport College to establish a computer 
center here. 




George W. Crawford, 
Associate Professor 

Morton Eclchause, 
Assistant Professor 



John H. Long. 

Assistant Professor 
Donald E. McLennan, 

Professor 



Harlan E. Schone, 
Assistant Professor 

Robert E. Smith, 
Associate Professo 



Robert E. Welsh, 

Associate Professor 
R. G. Winter, 

Professor 



Dr. Melvin A. Pi+tman, Head of the Department of Physics. 




Psychology Department Continues Counseling and Guidance 





Hubert A. Daw, Assistant Professor; Peter L. Deris, Associate Professor; Herbert Friedman, Assistant Professor; Pincus Gross, Assistant 
Professor; Virgil V. McKenna, Assistant Professor; JoAnne S. Squires, Assistant Professor; Stanley B. Williams, Professor. 

Dr. Stanley B. Williams, Head of the Department of 
Psychology, conducts an experiment in tachistoscopic per- 
ception. 



The Psychology Department has extended its 
graduate program through an alliance with Eastern 
State Hospital which offers an excellent opportunity 
to study abnormal psychology. The student publi- 
cation, "The William and Mary Journal of Psy- 
chology," reported Departmental activities. The 
Department has continued its Guidance and Coun- 
seling Service under the direction of Dr. Stanley 
Williams with Dr. Phillip Norman as Associate Di- 
rector. 



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Dr. Al+shuler is holding a 200 year old mask from West 
Africa presented to the College by Capt. H. Ledyard 
Towle. The mask is part of a collection of African artifacts 
now in possession of the College and was originally collected 
by Dr. Gecrge W. Harley in Liberia. 



Field School to be Established 
For Archaeological Research 

This year, due to an increasing number of con- 
centrators, the Sociology and Anthropology De- 
partment has added new courses: sociology of 
religion, industrial sociology, small group sociology, 
and other advanced courses. The Department is 
part of the Marshall-Wythe Social Science Research 
Institute. Plans have been made to establish a re- 
search field school to offer students the opportunity 
to work on excavation of eighteenth century his- 
torical sites in the Williamsburg area. 



Nathan Altshuler, 

Associate Professor 
Carol E. Ballingall, 
Assistant Professor 



David J. Gray, 

Associate Professor 
Satoshi Ito, 

Instructor 






R. Wayne Kernodle, Professor; Victor A. 
Liguori, Instructor; James R. Meurer, 
Instructor; Edwin H. Rhyne, Associate 
Professor. 



Dr. R. Wayne Kernodle, Head of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. 



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STUDENT LIFE 



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Despite its daily routines 
it is unique, always new, 
always vibrant, eternally 
active, fresh and regen- 
erating. Life can be mere 
animation; here it is much 
more. 





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John Wayne Chosen to Judge 1966 Miss William 




CANDIDATES. SEATED: Ellen Arnold, Sally Mac Smith. Jo Lynne 
Standi, Kathy Tupper, Ellen Campana, Cathy Bjorkback. STANDING: 
Susan Small, Penny Coiner, Dee Joyce, Judy Gordon, Sandy Bocock, 
Glenda Dameron, Susan Ward, Kathy Green, Jane Crow, Cathy 



Quirk, Pat Patterson, Kathy Kincaid. NOT PICTURED: Cathleen 
Crofoot, Julia Ann Dickinson, Babs Lewis, Janie McKay, Gail Morgan, 
Barbara Peck, Lockett Showalter, Beryl Slayton. 




Honor Council members Clevie Youngblood and Suzanne 
Pearce count votes to determine the finalists. 
Members of the student body cast their votes for five of 
the twenty-six contestants. 




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And Mary Contest 

One of the highlights of life at William and Mary 
is the "Miss William and Mary" contest sponsored 
annually by the Colonial Echo. Elections were held 
by each sorority, fraternity, and women's dormitory 
in October to nominate 26 semi-finalists, and on 
November 2, a general election was held to select 
the five finalists. A formal portrait of each finalist 
was then sent to Mr. John Wayne who selected 
the winner. 

The Colonial Echo is very proud and grateful to 
have received the sincere interest and friendly 
cooperation of Mr. Wayne and those students 
who made the contest possible. 





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Cathy Bjorkback Named Miss William and Mary 1966 



Cathy Elizabeth Bjorkback is a sophomore from 
Riverside, Connecticut. A member of Chi Omega 
social sorority, Cathy was elected to the 1965 
Homecoming Court, and is a member of Pi Delta 
Phi French Honorary Society and Orchesis. In the 
future she plans to complete her educational train- 
ing in physical therapy at the Medical College 
of Virginia. 





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MISS WILLIAM AND 

Miss Ellen Arnold 



Miss Sandy Bococlc 




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MARY FINALISTS 

Miss Gail Morgan 





Miss Judy Gordon 



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Greek Weekend and 



An outdoor concert featuring Peter, Paul and 
Mary opened 1965 Spring Finals Weekend Friday 
night and replaced the formal dance usually held in 
the Sunken Garden. Gene "Duke of Earl" Chand- 
ler and the Showmen headlined another big spring 
event, Greek Weekend, providing the music for 
the Friday night informal dance. Saturday after- 
noon the Impressions and Francois and the 
Angelos were in concert, and Saturday night 
fraternities sponsored combo parties. The Sun- 
day Field Day games unfortunately were cancelled 
because of rain. Greek Weekend 1965 was spon- 
sored jointly by I.F.C. and Panhel and arranged by 
Fred Palmore, I.F.C. social chairman. 



Students find the concert given by the Impressions — the 
highlight of Greek Weekend — worth waiting for. 




Dancing to the music of Gene Chandler and the Showmen. 



Greek Weekend or a modern dance class? 



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Spring Finals Bring Famous Groups to Campus 




f I had a song to sing ... all over this land 




Peter and Paul tune up their instruments before the concert 
begins. 



Peter, Paul and Mary hypnotize a sell-out crowd at Cary Field. 



3E 




Michael Sopchalc receives the congratula- 
tions of his family and friends. 



The Conferring of Degrees Signifies an End and a Beginning 




Dr. Evans and Dr. Guv assist Jean Ball with her academic hood. 



With a warm handclasp, President Paschall presents a diploma to proud 
graduate Everett Holland. 



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Colorful academic hoods and somber black robes 
inspired in the graduating seniors of 1965 mixed 
feelings of pride and nostalgia. Baccalaureate cere- 
monies began at I 1 :00 o'clock on the hot humid 
Sunday of June 6 with the Rev. Ernest Gordon, 
L.L.D., Dean, Princeton University' Chapel, speaking 
in front of the Wren building. Commencement at 
5:00 o'clock featured A. Willis Robertson, Junior 
Democratic Senator from Virginia as speaker. 

The departing seniors line up for the last time. 



President Paschall and Craig Carlson, holding the symboli 
College Mace, observe the Academic Procession. 





A sense of the traditional is intermingled with the ultramodern design of the new library. 



The Earl Gregg Swem Library Becomes 



A giant step in the expansion of the College, the 
construction of the $3,000,000 Earl Gregg Swem 
Library shifted the academic center of the College 
to the developing campus. Planned with foresight, 
the library accommodates 1 600 students. 





Hunter Swartz crams for mid-semester exams in the new 
library. 



Let's see now, for Batman do I look up 



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Lord Botetourt surveys his new realm with dignity. Students brave the mud to reach classes on the new campus. 

Students' Habitat for Research and Study 




3at" or "man"? 



Students take advantage of the comfortable lounge chairs in the reference room of the library. 



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Unpacking! The hardest part of Orientation Week 
involves putting everything where it can be found 
during the almost overlapping series of activities. 
Entering frosh enjoyed a welcoming speech from 
President Paschall and a briefing on the College's 
history by Dean Lambert. Affixing one's signature 
to the Honor Code pledge card is certainly the 
most momentous act for W & M Dues. Signing caf 
cards does not inspire guite as much awe. Freshman 
games organized by sophomores helped unite the 
new class and arouse spirit. Although members of 
the class of 1969 worked hard to tote logs (like 
James Blair Terrace's 69-footer!) to the field behind 
Yates Dorm, the Fire of the Bells was sadly rain- 
drenched before it could fulfill freshman hopes 
and scorch the clouds. 



"This couldn't be all mine!" 
takes the task of unpacking. 



laments Anne Ramsey as she under- 



Class of 1969 Bursts Into College Life 



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ipress 



The serious faces 

Honor Councils 

upon the freshmen the 

importance of the Honor 

Pledge. 




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Those strong "Damn good dues" try to outdo the Class of 



With Orientation and Due Weeks 




6! 




Intent on the Indians' first game of the season, dues endure the September sun. 



The Frenzy of Football, the Confusion of 



Due Week was hot this year. Sweltering, confused 
freshmen valiantly plowed through registration. 
Despite their bedraggled appearance, students sub- 
mitted themselves to be photographed for identifi- 
cation cards. Even after this ordeal a green and 
gold capped due at last emerges victorious: "I 
didn't get any Saturday classes!" At the afternoon 
W&M-VMI game, dues forgot their woes as the 
Indians won 32-2 I . 




Cheerleaders extend cordial greetings to the opposing team. 

David Kintsfather observes a Due Week tradition by tipping 
his cap to upperclass women. 



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Hmm, if I change Bio sections ... no 
. . no. Help!" 



if I change Soc . . . no . . . maybe if I 



Registration Inspire Freshman Spirit 




Students Accustom Themselves 
To a Routine as School Begins 



After Orientation and Due Weeks school settles 
down to a more leisurely pace as students renew 
old friendships, make new ones, explore common 
interests, and recount summer experiences. As In- 
dian summer lingers on, High's ice cream store 
becomes a community meeting place. Before long, 
trips to the post office are a daily ritual as anxious 
students await letters or those life-saving last minute 
checks from home. 




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ABOVE: Won't my draft card do? 

LEFT: Yum! What is your favorite kind of ice cream? Decisions, 
decisions face the High's goer. 

BELOW: The six footers get the bottom boxes every time. 




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Autumn Days are Prologue 
To Pleasures and Problems 



After registration, students were welcomed by 
comrades in the discouraging line at the old Book- 
store. Coming out with books piled to the chin 
and due caps in hand, dues fended their way back 
to dorms and buses, stopping to pay their respects 
to Lord Botetourt. Long in storage, the statue 
finally saw the light as he was transported to his 
place of honor in the Botetourt Gallery of the Earl 
Gregg Swem Library. 








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En route to the Swem Library, Lord Botetourt receives a 
freshman's acknowledgement. 



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jkstore saw lines three hours 



TOP: The last season in 

long. 

BOTTOM: Forgetting about studying for the moment, Anne 

Gardner Sydnor makes friends with the ducks in the Palace 

Gardens. 



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TOP RIGHT: Ludwell girls get the last laugh as James Blair 
Terrace boys board the "Green Machine." 
RIGHT: Bob Zentz, Warren Stansbury, and Miles Dono- 
van harmonize on folk tunes at an October 15th hootenanny. 









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simply "up a tree"? 



non-conformity — or is he Ellen Cooper and Linda Shickel sign in on the hall chart. 



Life in the dorm could never be called dull. A 
quiet corner provides a pleasant study nook for 
some, but after hours, parties help "let off steam." 
Men's dorms become the scene of friendly tests 
of skill with shaving cream or guitars, while the girls 
chat and hold frequent popcorn parties. The tradi- 
tion of Old Dominion Dorm, the newness of duPont, 
study and fun, all this serves to make life in our 
campus homes an unforgettable four year ex- 
perience. 




Impromptu guitar sessions, like Bobby Brown and Ricky 
Burke's, are a common relaxation for harried students. 



Rob Fromm gets set to "wipe out" his adversary 



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Life in Dorms Requires Patience, Good Humor 



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"Jana Lucas, you have a caller in 
the lobby!" 




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Popcorn! Lucy Kinnaird and Jane Myers salt it while Carol Smith looks on hungrily. 




during dorm horseplay. 



The advantage of studying in the dorm — complete comfort! 



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Pep Rally, Parade, and Dance Featuring 




Spirited band leads a torch light pep rally for the Homecoming game. 



Who could be happier than Pat as she radiates her 
winning smile? 




Students swing to the music of the Esquires. 

The Shirelles, clad in glittering gowns, provide visual and musical Home- 
coming entertainment. 





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The Shirelles Highlight 1965 Homecoming 



Students snake-line danced across campus to Cary 
Field during the Friday evening pep rally. The 
pep rally broke up just in time for coeds to hurry 
back to their dorms for open houses and to dress 
for the discothegue dance that night in Blow Gym. 



Two popular groups, the Shirelles as vocalists and 
the Esguires as instrumentalists, entertained. At 
midnight Jim Armentrout proclaimed Pat L. Patter- 
son Homecoming Queen as an ecstatic crowd ap- 
plauded. 



Gail Williams, Queen Pat L. Patterson, and Pat Anne Patterson compose an eye-catching float in the Homecoming Parade. 




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Spirit Rises With Gaiety 
Of Parade and Game 



The Alumni have returned! Homecoming activities 
of October 23 began at 9:30 a.m. with the annual 
parade. Originating on Jamestown Road, the pro- 
cession floated past Jockey Corner, down Duke 
of Gloucester Street and back. Grand Marshall J. 
W. Lambert, Jim Armentrout, Walter Wenk, and 
Connie Hudson led the parade. In the afternoon 
coeds sported yellow mums while William and Mary 
Indians whipped the George Washington Colonials 
24-14 in one of the season's most exciting games. 



ABOVE LEFT: The Queens Guard steps out behind the 
Homecoming Court in the Saturday morning parade. 

LEFT: Phi Tau taunts George Washington University's 
Colonials with its "Stamp Out G.W." float. 

BELOW: Theta's prize winning Pink Yink threatens G.W. 





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ABOVE: Terry Bennett displays a naked plea to the Big 

Green. 

RIGHT: Sig Ep's letter carried the stamp of doom for the 

Colonials. 

BELOW RIGHT: The crowd anxiously awaits the result of 

the pre-game toss up. 







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The Byrds drum up holiday music. 

Lambda Chi's win happy smiles at their Christmas orphan party 



Autograph seekers storm backstage to meet the Byrds after the I.F.C. 
Dance. 



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Yuletide Spirit Heralds Parties and Shopping 



Soon after Thanksgiving, the Christmas spirit per- 
vades the Campus. The I.F.C. Dance and Greek 
parties mark the approach of the holiday season. 
During the day busy shoppers descend upon Wi 
liamsburg's Market Square and return laden with 
colorful packages. In the evenings, porches of the 
girls' dorms and sorority houses ring with the bois- 
terous carols of fraternity serenades. 







Decorations in the Christmas Shop intrigue Chris Burney. Holiday purlch is a welcome refreshment for Judy Albee and 

Jake Smith. 



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Concert, Dances, Yule Log 
Compose Christmas Whirl 



The Spirit of Christmas emerged as students gath- 
ered in the Wren Courtyard for the Yule Log Cere- 
mony and the singing of carols. All enjoyed Mr. 
Scammon's reading of the Christmas Story, a dis- 
tinctive addition to this year's ceremony. After 
Bill Weiland told of the "Tradition of the Yule Log," 
the evening ended with each person throwing a sprig 
of holly symbolizing his sorrows onto the blazing 
Yule Log. The Greeks sponsored parties for orphans, 
as well as dances, during the last weekends before 
vacation. The season reached its climax as charmed 
audiences listened to the Choir and Chorus sing 
great songs of Christmas and a medley of carols. 




Smiles and chandeliers glitter at the Phi Mu Christmas dance. 



After the Yule Log Ceremony carolers are served 



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hot cider and refreshments by Mortar Board on Wren porch. 



Gamma Phi's converse by candlelight at their 
Christmas Dance. 



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Students Meet Friends, Pause Between Classes, Enjoy 




Betty Bishop waits on Bob Owen at the main desk, the focal point of the Campus Center. 




Art works by talented students add interest to the Colonel Warren Green superintends work in the Campus Center base- 
interior of the Campus Center. ment as the pool room becomes the "Sit 'n Bull" Room. 



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Leisure in Campus Center 



Friends, fun, conversation, and entertainment are 
all part of the Campus Center. Sometime during 
the day every student finds himself there for a meet- 
ing, game of pool, an hour of listening to records 
or watchinq T.V., or just a candy bar. The main at- 
traction is the Wig, where one can expect hot coffee 
and a chat with friends. But the Campus Center 
would not be the same without Colonel Green keep- 
ing things going and initiating attractions such as 
a gallery of pictures of student leaders and a rath- 
skeller in the basement. 




Forget the rules — just make that shot! 



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Bill Luebke and Larry Gates plan their strategy in a game of 
chess. 

The Wig is the hang-out for College intellectuals. 



Ron Botto takes a favorite short-cut from the Campus 
Center to the Post Office. 





Classes in the Wren Building are 



Methods of Learning Reflect 



"But it can't be! This isn't even a geiger counter!" exclaims Roger 

Blomquist. Dr. Lawrence explains to Will Hooker, Physics can be 

Tom Houck finally succumbs to "study fatigue" in the Campus Center. ' un - 



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The subject and location might change, but still 
we study. In labs and classes, during midnight dis- 
cussions, or in the solitude of a hideaway, learning 
continues . . . and sometimes it is "just too much." 




traditional though uncomfortable. A psych student prepares his friend for a trying experience. 

Different Phases in the Never-Ceasing Pursuit of Knowledge 

A student struggles with a difficult concept in an after class conference. 




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The fresh snow gives the Wren Building an air of dignified tranquillity. 



college community 



The daily trek to the Post Office takes on a hazardous character 

as a late January storm dumps eighteen inches of snow on the Winter turns the colonial campus into a wonder- 
land of ice and snow. Caf trays are finally put 
to good use on the hills, and Landrum Pond be- 
comes a natural skating rink. Neither ice nor snow 
can deter mid-year registration or the daily trip 
to the Post Office. 



The oriental bridge which spans Landrum Pond has been a 
conversation piece since it was completed in November. 




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Semester Break Brings Snow Woe, Registration Frustration 




Incredulous students Invade the new college bookstore, still dubious that they can actually find what they want In the maze 
ot books. 



"Well, I guess It's Underwater Basketweaving instead of Home Ec 
this semester." 




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Conversation, Tension, Fun Are 
Elements of Hectic Rush Week 





Margaret Pratt, Judy Morris, and Kitty Johnson do some 
last minute work as rush begins for Kappa Delta. 



Bill Miller and brothers mingle in man-talk at Phi Tau smoker. 




Signing up for rush parties is as hectic as the rest of sorority rush. 



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Go-Go Girl gads about gaily at Pi Lamb party. 



White envelopes and high hopes mark the day 
of formal invitations. 








Theta sisters enliven rush rigor with grins and 
gab. 

Brothers, rushees, and dates enjoy the lively 
sounds of Theta Delt's combo. 



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Weeks of preparations, rush 
schools, cutting and pasting, skit 
rehearsals, and . . . finally the girls 
brace themselves for Rush Week. 
The boys chuckle at all the "flurry 
and nonsense." They just straight- 
en their ties and prepare for 
handshakes after their weekend 
of "smokers" down in the frater- 
nity lodges. The parties are ex- 
hausting and exhilarating, work 
and fun, anticipation and joy. The 
campus rings- with masculine 
shouts and female sgueals as 
boys "shake" and girls storm the 
court on Acceptance Day. The 
trauma over, the fun begins. 




Tension builds up until Acceptance Day 



Anticipation of Fellowship and Mutual Acceptance 



Rushee Linda Mclndoe plans her evening party 
schedule. 



Hands grip as Sig Ep men and new pledges affii 
of loyalty. 



their bond 




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. . . then explodes in a tidal wave ... ... engulfing everything — even policemen — in its path. 

Climax a Frantic Week of Building Friendships 

The Alpha Chi's beckon Cinderella to the land of A smile is on every face as Pi Lamb concludes rush with its formal shake, 

active Greek life. 




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Dr. Paschall escorts noted scholar Marjorie Hope Nicholson 
to the platform. 

Charter Day Convocation, February 12, commem- 
orated the College's two hundred and seventy-third 
anniversary. The Convocation included Dedication 
Ceremonies for the new Earl Gregg Swem Library 
and the presentation of the Thomas Jefferson 
Award to Dean W. Melville Jones. The Charter Day 
Address was delivered by Miss Marjorie Hope 
Nicholson of the Institute of Advanced Studies. 
President David Y. Paschall offered dedicatory re- 
marks and introduced Governor Mills E. Godwin, 
who was given an honorary degree. 



The College and Community join in 
The Bryan Complex fire interrupts the normal 




Governor Mills E. Godwin expresses gratitude for the honor- 
ary degree he received at the Convocation. 





Charter Day Convocation, Fire in Bryan, 
Epidemic of Flu Enliven Second Semester 



Charter Day Exercises. 
Saturday night campus routine. 






Members of the Class of 1967 
solemnly move to their places. 




Dr. William Guy and Queen's Guard Flag- 
bearers lead the procession. 



Students turn out en masse to 

cheer the firemen. 











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A Tri Delt pledge enjoys the fleeting moments of her form- 
al presentation. 



Members of trie Queen's Guard abandon their customary 
pomp and "cut loose" at the annual Military Ball. 




Pledqes of Alpha Lambda Delta receive their ribbons Sandy Bocock assumes her duties as Queen of the Military 

from Ellen Shorter. Ball and leads the first dance after her coronation. 



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Formal Balls 

Spring fever hits William and 
Mary and erupts in a series of 
balls and parties. Girls don long 
white gowns for their pledge din- 
ners and afterwards glide onto 
the dance floor, surrounded by 
their friends. ROTC men wear 
dress uniforms for their annual 
ball in the Campus Center Ball- 
room. Also in the spring the 
Greeks and honorary societies 
initiate new members. Alpha 
Lambda Delta pledging is held by 
candlelight in the Great Hall. 




President Paschall crowns ROTC Queen Sandy Bocock as Princesses Ellen Arnold, 
Judy Gordon, Randy Thomas, Neville Stoneham, and Gail Williams look on. 




Dottie Cornell and Dale Mueller sit one out at the Kappa pledge dance. 







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3are feet are 'the thing" even at formal dances. 



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ORGANIZATIONS 




Gregarious by nature, we 
strive to join, belong, and 
be accepted as individ- 
uals. Interests, ideologies, 
and talents are satisfied 
by social affiliation, par- 
ticipation and involve- 
ment in our chosen ac- 
tivities. 





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STUDENT 
GOVERNMENT 



A time to rule . . . 
a time to guide . . . 
a time to administer 
... a time to speak 
out. 




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Committee Formulates Policy 



The General Cooperative Com- 
mittee, composed of students, 
faculty, and administration, is the 
instrument through which matters 
of great importance to the entire 
college community can be dis- 
cussed, appraised, and formulat- 
ed into mutually acceptable poli- 
cy. 




FRONT ROW: Sally Mac S 
Dr. J. W. Banner, Dean H. L. Fowl- 
er, Dean J. W. Lambert, Dean Bir- 
dena Donaldson, Dean C. H. Barnes, 
Patsy Dickinson. SECOND ROW: 
Jim Armentrout, John Sours, Pat 
L. Patterson, Larry White, Bob Clay. 



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STUDENT ASSOCIATION Serves College as 




Jim Armentrout assumed the responsibilities of S.A. 
President when he took the oath of office at the 1965 
Spring Convocation from former President Craig Carlson. 



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Self-Governing Agency 



The Student Association, composed of elected 
representatives, is the medium through which the 
student body of William and Mary governs itself. 
Through the S.A. students may seek to bring im- 
provements in the College environment or changes 
in administrative policy. The meetings of the Stu- 
dent Association provide an opportunity for ef- 
fective co-ordination of the activities of various 
campus organizations. 

Homecoming, Spring Finals, hootenannies, and con- 
certs are social activities organized by the S.A. 
The Faculty Reception and book fairs are means 
by which the total college community comes in con- 
tact with S.A. endeavors. The S.A. enables stu- 
dents to serve the larger community by raising 
money for worthy causes through the yearly Campus 
Chest Drive. 



PRESIDENT— Jim Armentrout 
VICE-PRES.— Jerry Harris 
SECRETARY— Bunni Popkin 
TREASURER— Cathy Thomson 




S.A. Vice-President Jerry Harris plans for the first Parents Day. 




FRONT ROW: Johnne Whicker, Carole Green, Ruby Schonfeld, 
Elizabeth Ramsey, Linda Vacca, Jim Breeden, Cathy Thomson, Jerry 
Harris. Jim Armentrout, Bunni Popkin, Bill Wells, Roberta Ramsey, 
Dee Ford, Patsy Dickinson, Diane Giangrade, Janice Jones, Nikki 
Wakerlin. SECOND ROW: Mary Yeager, Anne Purtill, Missy Galloway, 
Jill Hickey, Susan Small, Lynn Andrew, Stacy Scherer, Donna Truesdell, 
Pat L. Patterson, Cathy Crofoot, Connie Clawson, Joan Flynn, Julia 
Ann Dickinson, Ann Winfree, Lucy Kinnaird, Laurie Richardson, Gail 



Littlefield, Jo Lynn McCauley, Ginny Downy, Sue Miller, Beryl Slayton, 
Janey Cooke, Cheryl Anderson. THIRD ROW: Richard Knight, Tim 
Walter, Dan Darragh, Frank Turner, Brad Davis. Finley Young, Bob 
Clay, Bob Cline, Mike Holland, Ray Whiteman, Terry Bennett. FOURTH 
ROW: Dane Spaulding, Don Hall, Jeff Piland, Jim Smart, Don Ralston, 
Bill Tropf, Denis Lane, Mike Hodnett, Larry White, Bill Bradshaw, 
Walter Wenk, Bill Harris. 



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Projects of S.A. Vary to Entertain as Well as Serve Students 




Mary receives requests for autographs Executive Council— FRONT ROW: Johnne Whicker, Dee Ford, Bunni Popkin, Cathy 

following the Peter, Paul, and Mary per- Thomson, Berta Ramsey. SECOND ROW: Bob Clay, Walt Wenlc, Larry White, Bill Harris, Jerry 

formance fostered by S.a! at Spring Finals, Harris ' JIm Armentrout - 
1965. 



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PRESIDENT'S AIDES Deepen 
Student-Administration Ties 



At the Fall Convocation, September 24, 1965, 
thirteen students holding offices of distinction were 
chosen to be President's Aides for the 1965-66 
school year. These advisors to President Paschall 
serve in a mediary role between the student body 
and the administration. In addition to their advisory 
capacity, they assist the President as hosts and 
hostesses at the Class Teas and on C -^ses' Day, 
and by serving refreshments at the Board of Visitors' 
tea. 




FRONT ROW: Cam 

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siting dignitaries through 



President's Aides Jim Armentrout, Nancy Combs, and Larry 
White have an informal chat before attending the President's 
Tea. 



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MEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 
CHAIRMAN— Paul Bernstein 
VICE-CHAIRMAN— Keith Taylor 
SECRETARY— Jim Bell 



WOMEN'S HONOR COUNCIL 
CHAIRMAN— Sally MacSmith 
VICE-CHAIRMAN— Cam Buchanan 
SECRETARY— Clevie Youngblood 




Members of the Honor Councils work together to tally 
the votes for the S.A. dorm representative elections. 





Dave Lowry, Cooper Pearce, Rob Fromm, Tom Wright, Dave Rut- 
ledge, Jim Bell, Keith Taylor, Paul Bernstein. 




Elaine Thornton, Suzanne Pearce, Nancy Combs, Alison Brenner, 
Carol Jones, Clevie Youngblood, Cam Buchanan, Sally Mac Smith. 

The nation's first Honor System, established at the 
College of William and Mary in 1779, is based on 
the integrity of the individual student and has 
been effective through individual support and par- 
ticipation. The Honor Councils, elected annually, 
investigate and try breaches of the Honor Code 
brought to their attention by members of the 
College community. The 1965-66 Councils, in ad- 
dition to performing their judiciary functions, em- 
phasized their capacity as an educational unit. By 
letters to campus leaders and by using a number 
of assistants from the student body during Orien- 
tation Week, the Honor Councils worked to infuse 
each William and Mary student with the spirit of 
his Honor System. 



Paul Bernstein and Sally Mac Smith, Chairmen. 



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HONOR COUNCILS Place Emphasis on 
Student's Individual Responsibility 





The importance of the Honor Code is impressed upon the 
freshmen when they sign their pledges during Orientation 
Week. 




Sally Mac Smith questions a witness at the annual Mock Honor Trial. 




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WDA Informs New Women Students of College Social Rules 




Affectionately referred to as WDA, the self-gov- 
erning Women's Dormitory Association, composed 
of all women living in college dormitories, func- 
tions on the principle that women students should 
have the responsibility of defining and maintaining 
their own social code. WDA helped select house 
presidents, counselors, and Orientation sponsors, 
offered scholarships to deserving women students, 
and introduced freshmen and transfer students to 
the association rules. This year three WDA women, 
Pat Patterson, Barbara Parrott, and Susan Basker- 
ville, attended a Women's Student Government 
Convention at the University of Maryland. 




A member of the WDA Council conducts a meeting of the 
hall proctors to hear complaints and suggestions. 



The freshman girls can no longer plead ignorance of the 
college social rules after passing their WDA test. 



PRESIDENT— Pat Patterson 
VICE-PRES.— Connie Hudson 
SECRETARY— Barbara Peck 
TREASURER— Susan Baskervill 



FRONT ROW: Susan Baskerville, Bar- 
bara Peck, Pat L. Patterson, Connie 
Hudson, Jackie Murray. SECOND 
ROW: Mary Charles White, Elaine 
Thornton, Lee Brown, Ann Clark, Mary 
K. Sweeney, Roberta Ramsey. THIRD 
ROW: Dianne Rawl, Barbara Parrott. 
Leonora Owre, Joy Hutzel, Linda Shef- 
field, Sue Galvin, Rae Worley, Jean 
Kemp. 




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FRONT ROW: John Flaneagan, Bill Atack, Paul Carson, Vince Ewell, 
Nayce McGarity, Bob Marshall, Steve Harris, Joel Zaba, Walter 
Wenk. SECOND ROW: John Lynham, Ty Butler, Tom Davis, Jim 
Jennings, Dave Rutledge, Bob Johnson, Gary Chocklett, Larry 
Thomson, Bill Wells, Fred Palmore, Stu Spirn, THIRD ROW: Evan 
Chestermann, Richard Olsen, Gerald Dodd, Joe Saunders, Stan Wojno, 



Jack Cole, Keith Taylor, Bob Owen, Bart Watt, John Tudor, Joel 
Fontaine, Dave Allen, Bill Weiland. FOURTH ROW: Norman Olshan- 
sky, Richard W. Mueller, Donald Cave, Dale Mueller, Willard Hooker, 
Al Murray, Don Sanders, Tim Bevins, Denis Lane, Mike Chesson, 
Doug Griffith, Ben Womble, Hugh Douglas, Tom Todd. 



MDC Promotes Dorm Dances and Intramural Participation 




Yates freshmen chat with "The World War 
intermission at a M DC-sponsored dance. 



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Representatives from each dorm floor and a presi- 
dent chosen at large composed the Men's Dormi- 
tory Council. In addition, residence counselors and 
the dormitory managers served as ex-officio mem- 
bers of the Dormitory Council. The purpose of this 
Council was to maintain order, to provide programs 
of entertainment, and to encourage and establish 
intramural games. This year both James Blair Ter- 
race and Yates dormitories held dances and estab- 
lished strong intramural football teams. 




Roger Burbage, MDC member, stamps freshmen at the 
James Blair Terrace dance. 



Steve Harris welcomes Bob Shay into Tyler's Resident 
Counselor's apartment. 



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GROUP LEADERS Conduct Successful Orientation Week 




FRONT ROW: Ted Fansher, Walter Wenk, Ron Chambers, Bill Wei- 
land, Larry Merchant, Tom Ford, Stu Spirn, Gary Chocklett. SEC- 
OND ROW: Bob Bland, Ric McKittrick, Tom Chapman, Bill Vakos. 
Harold Beirne, Don Cave, Harry New, Steve Marcy, Rick Babcock, 
Tom Powers, Sam Smart. THIRD ROW: Ken Himmel, Bob Cline, Bob 



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Trice, Ken Crooks, Russ Hatchl, Bob Owen, Bill Mcintosh, Lee Doer- 
ries, Bob Mooney, Norman Olshansky. FOURTH ROW: John Sours, 
Bob Thompson, Bob Haley, Dan Langdon, Bob Soter, Jim Jancaitis, 
Don Sanders, Gregg Hansen, James Watts, Bob Kahn, Jim Smart, 
Mike Delaney. 



The upperclassmen chosen as 
Group Leaders were selected by 
a committee on the basis of 
character, scholarship, interest, 
and leadership ability. These 
men returned to campus early 
to attend a Group Leader train- 
ing program. The emphasis 
placed on obtaining well quali- 
fied Group Leaders insured a suc- 
cessful program and provided 
the freshmen with a worthwhile 
and thorough introduction into 
the college community. 



SPONSORS Link Freshman Women with College Life 




Through her Orientation Sponsor each freshman 
girl formed her first tie with the College. Sponsors 
were chosen on the basis of character, scholarship, 
leadership ability, and interest. To help the frosh 
women in all phases of campus life, Sponsors ex- 
plained the Honor System, gave advice about the 
cafeteria and fraternity row, and helped to plan 
class schedules. 

HEAD SPONSOR— Suzanne Stainback 
ASST. HEAD SPONSOR— Clevie Younqblood 




Bea Peca takes time out from her studies to remember her 
Sponsor Group at Halloween. 



Freshman women have a chance to discuss this new life at 
college with their Sponsor while waiting in line for their 




FRONT ROW: Susan Morrisey, Tizzy Sturges, Wendy Gasteiger, 
Johnne Whicker, Margie Randall, Anne Roberts, Suzanne Stainback, 
Clevie Youngblood, Carol Bagley, Elaine Ross, Anne Nelson, Martha 
Goodwin, Alice Pittard. Kathy Green. SECOND ROW: Lynne Hobart, 
Mary Lou Miller, Dottie Wilkerson, Elise Jordan, Deanie Kahl, Nancy 
Priebe, Sandy Norton, Judy Faust, Pat Milliren, Beth Bromley. Sue 
Crouse, Alice Moberg, Mary Yeager, Lauralee Grim, Susan Hollis, 
Jo Lynn McCauley, Becky Goolsby, Rosalie Petrillo. THIRD ROW: 



Madeline Billy, Sandra Abicht, Rita Province, Kerry Sawick, Lois 
Dorman, Marilyn Giorgio, Jean Branham, Louise Saulnier, Nancy 
Oates, Susan Legg, Karen Buenting, Jean Lusardi, Laurie Hut 
Veronica Mulcahy, Sandy Smith. FOURTH ROW: Laura Daughtry, 
Linda Vacca, Merle Markwith, Olivian Boggs, Corita Herrmann, Joyce 
Johnson, Gail Santilli, Lucy Kinnaird, Linda Stickel, Sharon Pursifull, 
Pam Hecker, Stevie Hooper, Barbie Bassuener. Ruby Schonfeld, 
Dianne Doyle, Lee Bonifant, Ricki Barnett. 



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HONORARY 
FRATERNITIES 



A time to honor . . . 
a time to choose . . . 
a time to lead ... a 
time to recognize. 





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PHI BETA KAPPA 



Election to membership in Phi 
Beta Kappa is the highest aca- 
demic honor which can be be- 
stowed on a college student. 
After the initiation banguet on 
December 6, poet Stephen Spen- 
der addressed the 23 new mem- 
bers in Phi Beta Kappa Memorial 
Hall. 




FRONT ROW: Susan Swarts, Susan Hackney, Dena 
Kay Wade, Linda Gray, Connie Hudson, Kathleen 
Carr, Nancy Gotwald, Frances Cole, Paulette John- 
stone, Virginia Prosise, Sheila Ann Thibeault, Donna 
Province. SECOND ROW: Joe Pace, William Bald- 
win, Frank Turner, Tim Sullivan, Jim Breeden, Paul 
Bernstein, Bruce Davis, Nelson Hower, William 
Slauson. David Blumenthal, Edward Baptist. 



SPRING INITIATES: Dr. Harold L. Fowler, 
Robert Conrad, Virginia Git'. Ronald 
Hodges, Virginia Knoop, Ivan Lowenthal, 
Anne McFarlane, Derris Raper, Ursula Rid- 
dick, Philip Shepard, Wendy Anderson 
Stolz, Alan White. 



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MORTAR BOARD and ODK Emphasize Leadership 



Scholarship . . . leadership . . . service to the college. 
Mortar Board members were chosen for these qual- 
ities at the Spring Convocation of their junior year 
and continued to illustrate them throughout their 
senior year. They emphasized scholarship by hold- 
ing teas in honor of Dean's List students and by 
their efforts to raise money for scholarships. These 
efforts incorporated many services to the college 
including a used furniture sale, mum sales, and 
silver displays. Finally, they exhibited their leader- 
ship ability when they co-sponsored the Yule Log 
Ceremony with ODK. 

PRESIDENT— Nancy Combs 
VICE-PRES.— Cam Buchanan 
SECRETARY— Connie Hudson 
TREASURER— Cathy Thomson 




Members of Mortar Board and ODK join to lead Christmas carols 




FRONT ROW: Elaine Bannerman, Cathy Thomson, Cam Buchanan, Nancy Combs, Connie Hud- 
son. SECOND ROW: Donna Province, Carolyn Hitt, Pat L Patterson, Mary Sherman, Betty 
Staton. 





Cathy Thomson, Nancy Combs, and Pat Patterson discuss the next meeting's Betty Staton collects objects from the dorm 

agenda. 



attics for the Mortar Board Furniture Sale. 



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and Scholarship 




prior to the traditional Yule Log burninc 




Scott Ferguson, 1965 ODK president, administers the initiation 
pledge to newly tapped Tim Sullivan while Jim Breeden looks on. 



Jim Armentrout and Gary Chocklett of ODK struggle with 
the heavy Yule Log. 



Omicron Delta Kappa is a national leadership honor 
society for college men. It recognizes and encour- 
ages the achievement of exemplary character and 
superior guality in scholarship, athletics, student 
government, publications, and the arts. Tradi- 
tionally, new members are tapped at the Spring 
Honors Convocation. 

ODK worked this year with Mortar Board to sponsor 
the Yule Log ceremony and held its annual Leader- 
ship Forum, featuring Dr. Walter H. Judd, in the 
spring. Occasional luncheons were held at which 
new projects and future plans were discussed. 

PRESIDENT— Bill Weiland 
VICE-PRES.— Gary Chocklett 
SECRETARY— Mr. Howard M. Smith 




FRONT ROW: Jim Armentrout, Gary Chocklett, Bill Weiland, Dr. 
Cecil McCulley, Bob Gatten. SECOND ROW: Jim Breeden, Steve 



Marcy, Larry White, Tim Sullivan, Jerry Ha 



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FRONT ROW: Dr. Alexander Kallos, Bill Lyons, Jo Jones, Judy Beth Entler, Robert Gatten, Dr. David Jenkins. SECOND 
ROW: Joe Dye, Mary Ward, Frances Cole, Pat Coss, Carol Jones, Robin Jenks, Viv Rubin, Ed Newton. THIRD ROW: Al 
Louer, Tom Stewart, Richard Lester, Michael Lombardi, Lee Doerries, Frank Turner, Clifford Pence, Richard Babcock. FOURTH 
ROW: Ginny Knoop, Patricia Williams, Don Ferriss, Bob Kahn, John Gaidies, John Sours, Paul Bernstein, Joy Hutzel, Barbara 
Lane. 



PI DELTA EPSILON Sponsors Spring Publications Banquet 



In serving as the national hon- 
orary journalism fraternity, Pi 
Delta Epsilon strives to promote 
a high level of responsibility and 
accuracy in college communica- 
tions while bringing recognition 
to those who made outstanding 
contributions to these media. At 
the Spring Publications Banguet, 
PDE honored new initiates and 
heard speeches by Charles Mc- 
Dowell and Kays Gary. 

PRESIDENT— Judy Beth Entler 
VICE-PRES— Bob Gatten 
SECRETARY— Jo Jones 
TREASURER— Bill Lyons 
ADVISOR— Dr. David Jenkins 
ADVISOR— Dr. Alexander Kallos 



New fall initiates of PDE await the 
final ceremony in the Great Hall. 




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\ ALPHA LAMBDA DELTA 

^ i r"^~ irf^ y «fcr Honors Scholarship 

GROUP I: Alice Moberg, Jean Michael, Diana Barocco, Veronica Mulcahy, Gail Santilli, Anne 

Brisebois, Michele Loizzi, Ann Loud, Kerrv Sawick, Rose Connelly. Alpha Lambda Delta IS a national 

t^li; i n ^V honorary organization for women 

F : \ t m ^W ^^m ^^^« w ' 1 ° a ^ a ' n a 2-5 academic aver- 

P^^V_^Bk |^ ^^ j ^ C, M IL ^ age in their freshman year. The 

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M§"Y*V - ^17 *^~wf*^tKP I'.) , ' ■( j^L^^«BMBPi member with the highest overall 

GROUP II: Merle Markwith, Dean Donaldson, Donna Gorman, Geri Schnebli, Miss Barksdale, Sue average. 
L. Miller, Pat Milliren, Susan Crouse, Carol Bagley, Linda Stickel. 

gF\ PRESIDENT— Pat Milliren 

n M X £\ ^ VICE-PRES.— Sue Crouse 

" ^ S&r' m SECRETARY— Geri Schnebli 

#%/"^ /°tV\ ' ▼ TREASURER— Sue M llei 

Rf'l C fyJf ^^ ADVISOR— Dean Birdena Donaldson 

X S\ ' mUm\ ADVISOR— Miss Martha Barksdale 

GROUP III: Pat Crowe, Alison Brenner, Mary Hum, Bette Scott, Corita Herrmann, Nancy Priebe, 
Linda Vacca, Lee Bonifant, Marilyn Giorgio, Lynn Kingery, Barbara Schwartz, Lou.se Saulnier, 
Susan Harvell. 




FRONT ROW: Dan Langdon, Barry Cressman, Tom Davis, Randy Bell, Cliff Pence. SECOND 
ROW: Jim Chipps, Tom Powers, Steve Bogardus, Tom Stewart, Ian O'Flaherty. THIRD ROW: 
Allan Brown, Larry Quails, Ronald Bensten, John Mueller, Buzz Donehower. 




Men Scholars Chosen 
by PHI ETA SIGMA 

The National Honorary Fraterni- 
ty for freshman and sophomore 
men was founded to provide 
recognition for outstanding scho- 
lastic achievement. Scholarship is 
thus promoted by early encour- 
agement. President Paschall 
spoke at the initiation banguet 
in the fall. 



PRESIDENT— Randy Bell 
VICE-PRES.— Dan Langdon 
SECRETARY— Tom Davis 
TREASURER— Barry Cressman 
HISTORIAN— Clift Pence 
ADVISOR— Dr. A. L. Sancetta 



DELTA OMICRON Furthers Interest in American Composers 



Delta Omicron is an international 
professional music fraternity for 
women. Its goal is to promote 
appreciation of American music 
and American composers. This 
year Delta Omicron planned ex- 
ceptional music activities, includ- 
ing the Mikado. 

PRESIDENT— Annabelle Eaton 
VICE-PRES.— Mary Sedwick 
SECRETARY— Joan Southall 
TREASURER— Joyce Whitehead 
ADVISOR— Mrs. D. Gonzales 




FRONT ROW: Annabelle Eaton, Jo Jones, Joyce Whitehead, Hollace Casey, Dorothy Scott, 
Elizabeth Bremer, Barbie Nold. SECOND ROW: Barbie Stansbury, Susan Ware, Susan Hollis, 
Linda Johnson. THIRD ROW: Ann Loud, Dorislee Alters, Nancy Spears, Deanie Kahl. 



CHI DELTA PHI Stimulates Advancement in Creative Writing 




FRONT ROW: DenaKay Wade, Del Harnsberger, Chris Hunt. SECOND ROW: Robii 
Martha Wessells, Carol Covell. 



Chi Delta Phi, the women's na- 
tional honorary literary society, 
seeks to stimulate interest, ap- 
preciation and participation in 
creative writing on campus. This 
year, bimonthly meetings were 
held to discuss literary works of 
members, to hear different 
speakers and to discuss various 
aspects of creativity. A series 
of poetry readings was also 
scheduled. 



PRESIDENT— Martha Wessells 
VICE-PRES.— Carolyn Brock 
SECRETARY— Del Harnsberger 
TREASURER— Robin Russell 
HISTORIAN— Carol Covell 
ADVISOR— Mr. J. C. Cacciapaglia 



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Honorary Forensic Society Competes in Region II Tourney 




FRONT ROW: Brian West, Chuclc Huxsaw, Ed Rawl, Jim Lowe, Ed Shifman. SECOND ROW: Mr. Glenn Kirk, Jerry Harris, Mr. Donald McConkey 



Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha is the national 
honorary forensic society for persons who have 
excelled in debating activities for more than two 
years. The William and Mary chapter competed 
against teams from five other states in the Region 
II Debate Tournament held in October at V. P. I. 



PRESIDENT— Jerry Harris 
ADVISOR— Mr. Glenn Kirk 
ADVJSOR— Mr. Donald McConkey 




FRONT ROW: Ann Lyon. William Hendricks, Betty Staton. SECOND 
ROW: Harry Krauss, Bonnie Mayo, Dottie Gilbert, Robert Fessler. 
THIRD ROW: Terry Thompson, Martha Johnston. Thomas Stewart, 
Mary Beyer. 



ETA SIGMA PHI Maintains 
Ancient Language Interest 

A national honorary fraternity dedicated to main- 
taining interest in the field of ancient languages, 
Eta Sigma Phi held a reception for ancient lan- 
guage students at the beginning of the year. It 
was the first event in a series of programs which 
featured guest speakers on various topics of inter- 
est to the members, and concluded in the spring 
semester with the official pledging and initiation 
ceremony for the year's inductees. 



PRESIDENT— Bill Hendricks 
VICE-PRES.— Robert Sheeran 
CORR. SEC— Betty Staton 
REC. SEC— Ann Lyon 
SERGEANT AT ARMS— Bob Fessler 
ADVISOR— Dr. G.J. Ryan 



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KAPPA DELTA PI Promotes Education Through Scholarships 




Kappa Delta Pi is the honorary 
fraternity for those who show in- 
terest and ability in the field of 
education. The fraternity spon- 
sored guest speakers and held 
banquets in honor of new honor- 
ary initiates, including such lead- 
ers as Walter Cronkite and Win- 
throp Rockefeller. The Edward 
R. Murrow Memorial Scholarship 
Fund, a project of Kappa Delta 
Pi, was set up this year with the 
hope that through this fund the 
number of scholarships awarded 
annually by the fraternity will 
increase. 

PRESIDENT— Suzanne Stainback 
VICE-PRES.— Betty Staton 
SECRETARY— Florence Bishop 
TREASURER— Bill Heins 
ADVISOR— Dr. A. J. Galfo 



FRONT ROW: Suzanne Stainback. SECOND ROW: Patricia L. Patterson, Penny Sanford, Florence 
Bishop. 



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FRONT ROW: John Michael Turner, James Collins, Leon Bly, Rannie 
Vernon, William Royall. SECOND ROW: Bill Heins, Doug French, 



Lyle Bagley, Larry Claussen, Lloyd Duck, Dan Langdon. 



The Nu Sigma chapter of Phi Mu 
Alpha completed its first year 
as a professional fraternity for 
male students interested in mu- 
sic. Sponsorship of the Mikado, 
the New York Pro Musica Con- 



certs, and a concert of Ameri- 
can music highlighted the year. 
Through its activities the club 
sought to foster brotherhood 
and to encourage an interest in 
music. 



PRESIDENT— Bill Heins 
VICE-PRES.— Larry Claussen 
SECRETARY— Dan Langdon 
TREASURER— Leon Bly 
ADVISOR— Dr. F. D. Tuesdell 



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FRONT ROW: Saverio Perrotti, Jr., William Keown, Professor A. W. 
Phelps, William Culverhouse, Gary Gleason, Stephen Kapral, William 
Jeffries, Charles Rideout, Assistant Professor Emeric Fischer, Dean 
Joseph Curtis, Stanley Lee Morris. SECOND ROW: John Perrin, 
Stewart P. Davis, Alfred Swersky, William Savage, Charles Everett, 
David W. O'Bryan, Winston Haythe, Osborne Morgan, Jr., Gordan 
Kent, Aubrey Goldberg, Robert Lent, G. Curtis Overman, Jr. THIRD 



ROW: Albert P. Burton, Jr., Albert J. Mainelli, Jr., Craig Dana, 
Joseph Roskos, William Cowardin, Kenneth Whitehurst, Bradford 
Coupe, Stanley Barr, Jr., Stephen Harris, C. Jerry Franklin, Robert 
Lee Simpson, Jr. FOURTH ROW: Rufus Leonard, Jr., Austin J. 
Canning, Jr., Gus John James, II, Burke Margulies, Peter Paul 
Broccoletti, Robert P. Wolf. 



Phi Alpha Delta is a national hon- 
orary law fraternity. The frater- 
nity sponsored a reception for 
alums at homecoming, a spa- 



ghetti dinner, an evening at the 
Wedgewood theater, mock 
court trials, and guest speakers 
such as Woodrow Pusey. 




JUSTICE— Stephen Kapral 
VICE-JUSTICE— Gary Gleason 
TREASURER— Charles Rideout 
CLERK— William Culverhouse 
MARSHALL— William Jeffries 

PHI DELTA PHI 
Joins U.S. Council 

Phi Delta Phi is a professional 
legal fraternity formed to extend 
professional standards, scholar- 
ship, and fellowship among the 
law students, law faculty, and in 
the practicing profession. In De- 
cember, the local chapter joined 
the National Council of the 
United States and Canada. Dis- 
tinguished speakers highlighted 
monthly dinner meetings. 



FRONT ROW: Rodney Johnson, S. Strother Smith, Thomas C. Palmer, Donald P. Blackwell. 
SECOND ROW: James R. Troth, Peter H. White, John Deal, Aldric Labell, Horace Teass, Jr.. 
Raymond H. Kraftson, Russell Kimes. 



MAGISTRATE— Thomas C. 

Palmer, Jr. 
VICE-MAGISTRATE— S. Strother 

Smith, III 
CLERK— Donald Blackwell 
EXCHEQUER— J. Rodney Johnson 



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FRONT ROW: Bill Ewald, Ruth Stoneburner 
Hubbell, Donna Province, Linda Gray. 



Dr. Stanley Williams. SECOND ROW: Patricia 



PSI CHI Chooses 
Top Psych Students 

Psi Chi, the national honor so- 
ciety in psychology, seeks to ad- 
vance the science of psychology 
and to encourage, stimulate, and 
maintain scholastic achievements 
of its individual members. Mem- 
bership included graduate stu- 
dents as well as undergraduates 
who held a 1.8 overall average 
and a 2.0 in psychology. Psi Chi 
worked in conjunction with the 
Psychology Club in planning ac- 
tivities and twice this year rec- 
ognized deserving students by 
electing them to membership. 

PRESIDENT— Bill Ewald 
VICE-PRES.— Cecile Mayrand 
SECRETARY— Ruth Stoneburner 
TREASURER— Phyllis Hornbuckle 
ADVISOR— Dr. Stanley Williams 



PI DELTA PHI Sponsors Visits of French Dignitaries 



This year Pi Delta Phi achieved 
its purpose of encouraging in- 
terest and knowledge of French 
culture and language. The fra- 
ternity sponsored visits of 
French dignitaries, held recep- 
tions for prospective majors in 
this field, and conducted part of 
each meeting in the language. 
The Beta Epsilon chapter of this 
national honorary French frater- 
nity held two initiation cere- 
monies for new members. 



PRESIDENT— Ursula Riddick 
VICE-PRES.— Susan Hackney 
SECRETARY— Blair Riepma 
TREASURER— Charles Nicholson 
ADVISOR— Dr. Gordon Ringgold 



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son, Anne Brisebois. SECOND ROW: Dr. Gordon Ringgold. Suzie Andrews, Pat Coss, Ralph 
Hancewicz, Elizabeth Brady. 



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Post-Dramatem Held 
by THETA ALPHA PHI 

Virginia Alpha Chapter of the 
national honorary fraternity of 
the Theatre Arts, Theta Alpha 
Phi, sought to increase interest, 
stimulate creativity, and foster 
artistic achievement in all of the 
allied arts and crafts of the the- 
atre. Members distinguished 
themselves on stage and back- 
stage and conducted the post- 
dramatem of college produc- 
tions. The fraternity also held a 
gala Christmas party for the 
theatregoers of the community 
and faculty. 



PRESIDENT— Tom Baker 
VICE-PRES.— Richard Vos 
SECRETARY— Mary Blanford 
TREASURER— Susan Szadokierski 
ADVISOR — Mr. Howard Scammon 



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SECOND ROW: Joyce Hill, Ursula Riddick, Nancy Combs, Keith Taylor, Michael Leeper, John 
Kirkpatrick, Bob Weeks, Judy Hein, Christine Sturges. 



FRONT ROW: Nelson Hower, Lindsey Wittmus, Mary Sherman, William Slauson. SECOND ROW: 
David Blumenthal, Joe Lieb, Hayden Gordon. 




Fraternity Honors 
Future Physicists 

Membership in Sigma Pi Sigma 
signifies the recognition of high 
scholarship and the promise of 
achievement in physics. To de- 
velop further a spirit of profes- 
sional pride among its members, 
Sigma Pi Sigma visited the cy- 
clotron at NASA, sponsored lec- 
tures by nationally recognized 
scientists, and held fall and 
spring inductions. 

PRESIDENT— Mary Sherman 
VICE-PRES.— Bill Slauson 
SECRETARY— Lindsey Wittmus 
TREASURER— Nelson Hower 
ADVISOR— Dr. J. D. Lawrence 



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PUBLICATIONS 



A time to listen . . . 
a time to read ... a 
time to remember . . . 
a time to communi- 
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Committee Sets High Standards 



The Student Publications Com- 
mittee acts to establish and main- 
tain high standards of journalism 
by creating general policy rules 
for the three college publica- 
tions. The Committee also ap- 
points the editors of these pub- 
lications. 






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FRONT ROW: Frances Cole, Gail 
Williams— Chairman. SECOND 
ROW: Jim Armentrout, John Sours, 
Robert Gat+en. 



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COLONIAL ECHO Strives to Capture the 




Layout Staff— FRONT ROW: Kenneth Smith, Steve Ziglar— Layout Edi- 
tor, Betty Wade Wyatt. SECOND ROW: Don Roberts, Sally James, 
Dan Spengeman, Bill Long. 



1966 was a year of change for fhe Colonial Echo a-s 
traditions were broken and new ones established 
to allow the 1966 Colonial Echo to capture the 
spirit and vitality of life at William and Mary. 
The book was expanded by eighty pages and nu- 
merous candid shots were included in the more in- 
formal layouts created by the staff. The Echo was 
printed by offset for the first time this year, allow- 
ing the staff to use more creative technigues. 

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF— Robert Gatten 
ASSOC. EDITOR— Carol Jones 
BUSINESS MANAGER— Ron Woerle 








Photography — Martha Berger, Tom Cory — Photography Editor, Torrey 
Froscher, Dave Allen. 




Business Manager Ron Woerle discusses Echo finance with 
past Business Manager Anne Dixon. 



Class Staff— FRONT ROW: Bea Peca, Caroline Vaiden, Jean Michael, 
Bonnie Robinson— Class Editor, Ellen Wolff, Linda Brechbill. SECOND 
ROW: Betty Collins, Kathleen Buckley, Mildred Pitts, Krin Larson, 
Barbie Babb, Margaret Hanzlik, Cathy Brown. 




Pete Peterson, Taylor Representative, Bob Gat+en, and 
Norman Dowdy, Taylor Staff Artist, discuss yearbook pro- 
cedure during Bob's visit to Taylor's Dallas plant last 
summer. 



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Spirit of W & M 




Florence Fraser, Administration and Faculty 
Editor and Editorial Assistant. 





Associate Editor Carol Jones keeps well-in- 
formed on all aspects of the Colonial Echo 

production in order to give aid and advice 
to the junior editors. 



Organization Staff members Margie Randall, Jo Lynne Standi, Pat 
Bailey, Editor Betty Bishop, and Diane Riley search for the best methods 
in preparing their section in the Colonial Echo. 



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ECHO Expands and Adopts Informal and 




Copy and Business— FRONT ROW: James Watts— Advertising Man- 
ager, Dickey Barron— Copy Editor, Susan Shafer. SECOND ROW: 



Beth Distler, Nonie Turville, Terry Waters, Elise Jordan, Barbie Bas- 
suener. 




Alphabetizing is a tedious but necessary job for the Class Staff. 



Greeks— Bill Fox— Fraternity Editor, Sandy Mor 
Judy Morris — Sorority Editor. 




Sports— FRONT ROW: Pat Butler— Men's Sports Editor, Linda Sheffield— Women's Sports "Smile for me, please!" was a continuously 

Editor. SECOND ROW: Paul Bernstein, Bob Driscoll. Sallie Daggett, Suzanne Bolton, repeated phrase for Organizations Editor Betty 

Linda Freeman. THIRD ROW: Rodger Bates, Jim Jancaitis. Bishop. 



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Lively Format 




Many hours over a typewriter was the job cut out Literary — FRONT ROW: Betty Bradley, Don Hall, Mary Hum. 

for Copy Editor Dickey Barron and her staff. Niklsl Wakerlin, Selman Welt. 



SECOND ROW: 




Student Life and Features— FRONT ROW: Janice Hunt, Jane Brower— Student Life Editor, Dee Boren — Features Edi- 
tor. SECOND ROW: Nancy Spears, Tom Miller, Merle Markwith, Bev Johnson, Mary Stedman. 



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FLAT HAT Adds New Features and Widens Its Coverage 



The Flat Hat, always a popular 
feature of campus life, this year 
displayed several innovations. In 
addition to its thorough cover- 
age of campus news and opinion 
on a wide range of issues, the 
weekly paper ran a series of fea- 
ture articles in conjunction with 
WCWM's program series on the 
Student Association. New layout 
technigues, along with the work 
of cartoonists Reid Murtaugh 
and Ed Newton, brightened the 
pages of this year's issues. The 
forceful policy of John Sours and 
his staff generated outstanding 
results as Flat Hat editorials 
brought about the appearance of 
the Governor of Virginia at the 
Charter Day Convocation. 



EDITOR-IN-CHIEF— John Sours 
MANAGING EDITOR— Mary Ward 
BUSINESS MANAGER— Robert Kahn 




John Sours, Editor-in-Chief. 



Editorial Board— SEATED: John Sours. SEC- 
OND ROW: Ginny Knoop, Don Ferriss, Judy 
Beth Entler, Robin Jenks, Mary Ward, John 
Gaidies. 




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The junior editors work with 
excitement and urgency to 
meet the weekly Wednesday 
deadline. 



News— FRONT ROW: Lauralee 
Grim, Linda Vacca, Lynn Kingery, 
Jean Carson, Barbara Lane, Nancy 
Verser, Alison Brenner. SECOND 
ROW: Peggy Sothoron, Debby Duel, 
Kerry Sawick, Mike Hodnett, Mer- 
rill Barber, Susan Morrisey, Chris 
Taylor. 




Associate Editor Mary Ward 
discusses the material for an 
editorial with John. 



Make-up and Copy— FRONT ROW: 

Trudy Harwood, Susan Brown, Bam- 
bi Lynn, Johnne Whicker, Dan Jen- 
kins, Nora Butler, Clara Abercrom- 
bie, Deanne Detorie. SECOND 
ROW: Judy Knott, Diane Good- 
man, Melissa Pollard, Judy Car- 
hart, Linell Broecker, Jana Lucas, 
Carrington Salley, Marilyn John- 
son, Nancy Verser. 



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Active Schedules 




Features— FRONT ROW: Lenny Graves, Vivien Rubin, Ric McKittrick. SECOND ROW: 
Susan Estes, Johnne Whicker, Dee Curwen, Nora Butler, Pat Zepul, Jean Kirkley, Terre 
Latsios, Barb Johnson. THIRD ROW: Mike Chesson, Mike Holland, Christopher Sherman, 
Sam Roakes. 



Business and Circulation — Stu Spirn, Carolyn Hitt, Ed Newton, Judy Chase. 




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Editor John Sours looks up to catch a glance 
of his busy staff. 



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and Weekly Deadlines Keep Each Staff Busy 





Flat Hat staff members familiarize the fresh- 
men with production procedure at the Publica- 
tions Open House. 

Production, Typing, and Archives— FRONT ROW: 

Bonnie Robinson, Shirley Harltess, Joy Hutzel, Leonora 
Owre, Pat Coss. SECOND ROW: Dottie Wilkerson, 
Ann Warrington, Susan Hackney, Deanne Detorie, Suzi 
Andrews, Clara Abercrombie. THIRD ROW: Sandy 
Morrison, Edna Powell, Bill Bradshaw, Bruce Sylvester, 
Betty Newsome. 



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Sports— FRONT ROW: Ed Weisberg, Pat Butler. Jill Hickey, 
Greg Gaebe, Robin Jenlts, Steve Row, Bob Bland. SECOND 
ROW: George Watson, Ted Fansher, Bob Day, Bob Thompson, 



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Students and Faculty Contribute Literary Works 




Editor Frances Cole addresses the first shipment of Joe Dye and Bob Steidtmann begin the search for the best selec- 
material for publication. tions. 




Staff— FRONT ROW: Jim Cornette, Chris Hunt, Kathleen Carr, Cam 
Buchanan, Martha Wessells. SECOND ROW: Martin Burrough, Larry 



Quails, Randy Bell, Tom Houston, Richard Nylander. 



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to REVIEW 




Business 
present 
Review. 



Manager Joe Dye posts the 
circulation figures for the 



The William and Mary Review, 

the college literary magazine 
published biannually, is composed 
of fiction, literary criticism, and 
writings on philosophy and the 
social and natural sciences. A 
visual arts section, containing 
photographs and art work, is also 
included in the magazine. This 
year many of the art pieces pub- 
lished in this section were dis- 
played at Review-sponsored art 
shows held in the Campus Center. 
The major contributors are under- 
graduates and faculty, but out- 
side work is occasionally ac- 
cepted. 

EDITOR— Frances Cole 

MANAGING EDITOR— Frank Turner 

BUSINESS MANAGER— Joe Dye 




Frances Cole, Editor-in-Chief. 




Editorial Board— FRONT ROW: Cynthia Ehmann, Frances Cole, Suzan Ward. SECOND ROW: 
Joe Dye, DenaKay Wade, Margaret Good, Frank Turner. 



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Staff— FRONT ROW: Becky Pierce, Mary Lou Stafford, Mary Morden, 
Barbara Hunter, Judy Algatt, Joan Flynn, Lenelle Duecker, Martha 
Leech. SECOND ROW: Selman Welt, Quentin Van Meter, Steve Row, 
Kathy Ann Kersey, Susan Moore, Kerry Sawiclc, Susan Cooke, Kay 



Pulliam, Bob Meyerson, Richard Gurney. THIRD ROW: John Lippert, 
Dave Spaulding, Stan Wojno, Jr., James Green, Ronald Williamson, 
Steve Wing, Tom Wright, Charlie Dent, Mike Nuckols, David KIntsfather, 
Woody Lons. 




Bill Lyons, Proqram Manager, ponders over the Directors — Mike Lombardi, Robert A. Johnson, Euclid Coukouma, Lynr Cooke, Clifford Pence, 
selection of a theme song. 



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WCWM Offers Special Programs 
and Increased Broadcasting Power 




Mary enjoys a hot cup of coffee while talking with WCWM 
men Bill Lyons and Steve Circuru after the Peter, Paul, and 
Mary Concert in spring, 1965. 




WCWM, the radio voice of the College of William 
and Mary, expanded this year to become an active 
part of the communications system of the campus. 
Starting out with a time-tested staff, WCWM at- 
tracted a large number of freshmen who worked 
hard and well. The station added a new control 
board and a UPI teletype to aid the news staff 
and also boosted its power to 20 Kw through 
affiliation with York County High School. Special 
programs about the Student Association, a twenty- 
four hour rockathon, and an improved programming 
schedule presented the campus with a more com- 
prehensive program for listening enjoyment. 



PROGRAM MANAGER— Bill Lyons 
CHIEF ANNOUNCER— Rick Babcock 
CHIEF ENGINEER— Euclid Coukouma 




Tom Stewart, Richard Lester, Steve Curcuru, Al Louer. SEATED: Bill Lyons. 



Tom Stewart reads the latest news from UPI and prepares it 
for broadcast. 



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INTEREST GROUPS 



A time to serve . . . 
a time to participate 
... a time to contrib- 
ute ... a time to de- 
velop. 







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Theater Offers Varied Programs 



The William and Mary Theatre 
provides colorful, dramatic en- 
tertainment for the College and 
community. The plays presented 
are an important cultural activity, 
providing a source of satisfaction 
for the numerous students who 
participate. 




Members of the cast of Dark 
of the Moon gather to witness 
the ill-fated marriage of John 
the witch-boy (Bob Henning- 
er) to Barbara Allen (Jodie 
Baumgaertel). 



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Variety Is Key Word in WILLIAM AND MARY 




A typical day in the country store is portrayed in a scene from Dark of the Moon. 




Jere Rapp uses some free moments to study his cues for operating the 
stage lights. 





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John and Barbara of Dark of the Moon discuss the problems of their John Kirkpatrick makes use of the theatre's 

hopeless situation. well-stocked costume room. 



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THEATRE Productions 



Under the direction of Mr. Howard Scammon and 
Mr. Frank Staroba, a variety of four plays was pre- 
sented by the William and Mary Theatre, including 
Folklore, Shaw, and Shakespeare, as well as a cur- 
rent play by Robert Anderson. 

The first production, Dark of the Moon, utilized 
choral and technical effects to tell the poignant 
tale of John the witch-boy and his tragic attempt 
to become human. 

Always encouraging new work, the Theatre pre- 
sented in December The Days Between by Robert 
Anderson as part of the American Playwrights 
Theatre plan. The play concerns a presumed writer- 
college professor who learns one must live "the 
days between." 




Mr. Howard Scammon, Director, surveys the on-stage results 
of many long, hard hours. 




Ted Seares (Keith Taylor) listens as Barbara Ives (Judy Hein) The intricacy of the stage designs was a highlight of The Days 

pours out her troubles in The Days Between. Between. 

Jim Williams contributes to the behind-the-scenes activities by 
operating the curtain ropes. 




The important pre-performance job of making-up actress 
Patty Hartleben is efficiently handled by Ann Chancellor. 




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MISALLIANCE and THE MERCHANT 
OF VENICE Conclude the Season 




George Bernard Shaw's Misal- 
liance provided comic relief in 
the schedule of plays. Set on the 
country estate of a middle class 
underwear manufacturer, the hu- 
morous play has as its theme the 
lack of communication between 
generations. The final production 
of the season was Shakespeare's 
The Merchant of Venice. 




This scene from Misalliance depicts one of the many discussion sessions — this time Judy Mitchell and Carri Anthony op- 
on the subjects of democracy and freedom. erate the lighting controls. 




"Express it like this!" Bob Weeks illustrates for Paul Ritchie. 



During a practice session, Patty Hartleben rehearses 
her part in Misalliance. 



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Each spring students of the Back- 
drop Club produce and direct 
a musical. The club's enthusiasm, 
ingenuity, and acting talent all 
combined this year to create a 
delightful production of Gypsy. 



PRESIDENT— Mary Blandford 
DIRECTOR— Bob Weeks 
CHOREOGRAPHER— 

Patty Hartleben 
MUSICAL DIRECTOR— Joyce H 



BACKDROP CLUB Culminates Year 
With Musical Produced by Members 




Last year the Backdrop Club presented a gay, colorful production of Carnival. 




FRONT ROW: Bea Peca, Joyce Hill, Bob Weeks, Patty Hartleben, 
John Kirtpatnck, Cornelia Allen. SECOND ROW: Judy Hem, Mary 



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BAND and MAJORETTES Display Talent in 





Under the direction of Charles R. Varner, the band 
led a varied musical life during the year. In the 
fall it performed as a marching group during the 
halftimes at both home and away games, and after 
Thanksgiving joined a concert band and went on 
tour. In addition, these William and Mary musicians 
presented two informal concerts in the Wren 
Courtyard and their annual formal concert at Phi 
Beta Kappa Hall. Membership in the band is deter- 
mined by private auditions which are open to any 
student who plays an instrument. 

DIRECTOR— Charles R. Varner 
PRESIDENT— Leon Bly 

JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVE— Joyce Whitehead 
SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE— Lyle Bagley 
FRESHMAN REPRESENTATIVE— Robert Miller 



Members of the band help to boost the spirit at a pep rally. 




During halftime, the Brass section performs with precision. 



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Halftime Performances 





A pep rally offers a good opportunify for the majorettes 
to do their part in encouraging school spirit. 



Six lovely high-stepping young ladies were an at- 
tractive addition to the William and Mary March- 
ing Band as they appeared at pep rallies, parades, 
and football games. Supplied with tassels and 
batons, the majorettes performed their intricate and 
hard-practiced routines before the crowds at Cary 
Stadium in delightful halftime shows. 

Additions to the majorette sguad are selected in 
the spring by those already in the marching group. 
The girls trying out are judged on the basis of grace 
and precision in individual baton-twirling perform- 
ance. Once chosen, the majorettes begin practicing 
new routines immediately and by fall are ready to 
help add color and pageantry to the William and 
Mary football field. 





These beaming faces relay the excitement of a footbal 
game performance. 



Pat A. Patterson — Head Majorette, Kathy Kincaid, Norma Jarrett, 
Carol Smith, Louise Saulnier, Marty Miller, Karen Williams, Margie 
Gove. 



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CHOIR Performs in Eastern U.S. While on Tour 




In its twenty-first year under the direction of Dr. 
Carl A. (Pappy) Fehr, the William and Mary Choir 
has continued a hard-won tradition of musical ex- 
cellence, acclaimed by the college, state-wide and 
out-of-state audiences, and television viewers. 



The Choir's expanding prestige has gained for its 
members many exciting experiences, but this year 
they were hard-pressed to surpass the excitement 
and honor of singing for the Virginia Day celebra- 
tion at the New York World's Fair in May, 1965. 



Dr. William G. Guy leads the Choir in the Academic Procession at Commencement, 1965. 



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DIRECTOR— Dr. Carl A. Fehr 
PRESIDENT— Jack Cole 
SEC.-TREAS.— Cheryl Johnson 
STAGE MANAGER— Bill Harris 
ALUM. SEC. — Mary Brennan 
HISTORIAN— Ka+hy Parkinson 




Dr. Carl Fehr conducts while Mary Brenner presents her 
solo. 



The camera ventures behind the scenes at the 1965 Christ- 
mas Concert. 



Last minute preparations are made prior to taping the Choir's Christmas television performance. 



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CHORUS Members Prepare Varied Music for Concerts 



This year the Chorus numbered over seventy girls, 
all of whom worked every Tuesday and Thursday 
to sing the artistic music for which their fine reputa- 
tion has been established. Throughout the school 
year the Chorus contributed in many ways to the 
events on the college's musical calendar. They 
prepared six carols for the Christmas Concert. 
Then, until May, the Chorus prepared their music 
for the Spring Concert. These pieces were varied, 
in keeping with Dr. Fehr's aim to give the girls an 
education in singing and appreciating the different 
types of music. 





Members of the Chorus use their fingers to help practice 
the correct mouth position for singing. 



Dr. Fehr directs as the Chorus prepares a new song for the 
Spring Concert. 




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FRONT ROW: Mr. G. Kirk, Mary Waterman, Ed Shifman, Gael Getty 
Jo Ann Walthall. Mr. D. McConkey. SECOND ROW: Ray Congress 
Ed Rawl, Jim Lowe, Richard Hayhurst, Dean Hewes, Chuck Huxsaw 



THIRD ROW: Bob Weill, Jer 
Richard Knight, Jim Cobb. 



COUNCIL Hosts Marshall-Wythe Debate Tournament 



The Debate Council is an organization for students 
with interest and ability in forensics. The Council, 
headed by President Ed Shifman, debated this 
year's national topic, "Resolved: That law enforce- 
ment agencies should have greater freedom for the 
investigation of crime." The highlight of the year 
was the Marshall-Wythe Debate Tournament held 
at William and Mary in early February with ap- 
proximately forty schools represented. The W & M 
debaters also hosted two Cambridge students who 
debated the topic, "Resolved: That American cul- 
ture is debased and debasing." 





William and Mary and Cambridge debaters present their 
cases on the topic, "Resolved: That American culture is 



debased and debasing. 



In one of the most important of the Debating Team's en- 
gagements, the Marshall-Wythe Debate Tournament, Mike 
Chesson argues against increased freedom in law enforce- 
ment. 



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Company A — Cadet Cap- 
tain James M. Todd, 
Company Commander. 



Company B — Cadet Cap- 
tain Stacy F. Garrett, 
Company Commander. 



Company C — Cadet Cap- 
tain Rodger A. Bates, 
Company Commander. 



Company D — Cadet Cap- 
tain Robert J. Kennedy, 
Company Commander. 



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ROTC Trains Male Students for Future Army Careers 





The Reserve Officers' Training 
Corps, a voluntary program for 
men, rewards its members with 
academic credit and training in 
the military — tactical and his- 
torical. The program provides 
young men with the opportunity 
to fulfill their military obligation 
in a position they desire and also 
creates a more capable national 
defense. Inspection in December 
by General William H. Train, 
Commandant of the First Army, 
the Military Ball in March, and 
the final general inspection high- 
lighted the ROTC year. 

Master Sergeant Salunek demonstrates 
the proper procedure for cleaning a 
rifle. 




Cadet Colonel William We 
land, Brigade Commander. 



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The Queen's Guard and Drum and Bugle Corps— Cadet Lt. Col. Lawrence B. Rosser, Queen's Guard Con 
mandant; Cadet Major Leon Bly, Drum and Bugle Platoon Commandant. 



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The ROTC Brigade Staff leads off the 1965 Homecoming 
Parade. 



Corps Honors Visiting 

The two affiliate social organizations within the 
ROTC are: Scabbard and Blade, a national honor- 
ary military fraternity; and, The Queen's Guard 
Association, made up of the members of William 
and Mary's elite drill team. 







Scabbard and Blade— FRONT ROW: Tom Ford, Dave Kern, David 
Henderson. SECOND ROW: Jeff Arnold, William Weiland. THIRD 
ROW: James Todd, William Mcintosh. FOURTH ROW: Spencer 



Murray, Mike Greenwood, Jim Rumpler. FIFTH ROW: John Mc- 
Carthy, Robert Kennedy, Charles Thome. 



Queen's Guard Association 




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General and Performs at Homecoming 




FIRST BATTALION STAFF— Cadet U. Col. David Henderson, Cadet Major Colonel Julian Hogan, right, offers visiting General 

Spencer Murray, Cadet Captain Harry Anthony, Cadet Captain Gene Cervi, William H. Train a look at a typical ROTC drill. 

Cadet Captain James Rumpler. 




SECOND BATTALION STAFF— Cadet Lt. Col. Jeff Arnold. Cadet Captain The Queen's Guard displays excellence in precision drill. 
John McCarthy, Cadet Captain Mike Greenwood, Cadet Major P. J. Sweeney, 
Cadet Captain W. C. Dibling. 



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FRONT ROW: David Conway, David Larmore, Bob Mooney, Jack 
Cole, John Mueller, Mike Lee, Tom Jordan, David Baldwin. SECOND 



ROW: David Bonsai, Don Ferriss, Jerry T. Johnson, Lindsey Florence, 
Michael Dowling, Richard W. Mueller, Bill Heins, Don Roberts. 



APO Members Strive to Serve College and Community 




Mike Dowling and Jim Hockman usher for the Concert- 
Series as an APO service. 



Members of APO gather informally 
to discuss an upcoming project. 



The major factors contributing to the welfare of 
a college community — friendship, leadership, serv- 
ice, and education — are the ideals of the national 
service fraternity Alpha Phi Omega. In pursuit of 
these goals APO members worked closely together 
on such projects as ushering for concerts and foot- 
ball games, inviting enlightening speakers to their 
meetings, and decorating for various school func- 
tions. APO selected and pledged its new mem- 
bers during the spring semester. 



PRESIDENT— Jack Cole 
VICE-PRES— Bob Mooney 
SECRETARY— Mike Lee 
TREASURER— John Mueller 
ADVISOR— Mr. Jim Fuller 



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Tours for Prospective Students Conducted by CIRCLE K 



Circle K, a collegiate service club affiliated with Ki- 
wanis International, is organized to perform various 
service projects for both the college and local com- 
munities. Tours of the College campus for prospec- 
tive students and ushering at athletic and cultural 
events constituted this year's long range projects 
while assisting at registration, distributing academic 
robes, and compiling a campus tour booklet com- 
prised its short range activities. The club is repre- 
sented on the international level by Gary Reese, 
newly elected International Trustee, and Chuck 
Amory, Capital District Lt. Governor. 

Les Dobbs, Bill Scott, and Lee Bradshaw perform a Circle 
K service by helping to distribute caps and gowns to seniors. 





Circle K members provide a greatly needed helping hand 
at Registration each semester. 

PRESIDENT— Bill Scott 
VICE-PRES.— Joe Dye 
SECRETARY— Selman Welt 
TREASURER— Bill Lock 
ADVISOR— Mr. Ed Derringe 



FRONT ROW: Jeff Piland, Chjck Amory. Gary Reese, Bob Gatten, 
Joe Dye, Don Hall, John Jackson. SECOND ROW: Gary Williams, 
Pat Butler, Selman Welt, Stan Eastman, Derris Raper, Jim Watts, Bill 



Scott, Les Dobbs, Lee Bradshaw, Jim Becker, Bill Lock, Ken Ley, 
Harry Wilkins. 




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Mermet+es 
and beauty 



coordinate efforts to achieve grace 
in synchronized swimming. 




FRONT ROW: Janey Cooke, Gerry Thompson, Denny Taylor, Nancy McNairy, Ga 
Littlefield. SECOND ROW: Gretchen Barney. Linda Freeman, Ellen Shorter, Claire 
Anderson, Jody Baumgaertel. THIRD ROW: Jenny Conner, Judy Odland, Carolyn Peery, 
Becki McColpin, Janle McKay. FOURTH ROW: Betty Wadkins, Christy Hall, Karen 
Nylander, Ginny Goolsby, Dottie Wilkerson, Missy Crowgey, Terry Waters. 

MERMETTES Present Underwater 
Version of 'The Wizard of Oz' 



The Mermettes, the women's 
aquatic ballet team, highlighted 
their year with a unique produc- 
tion of The Wizard of Oz. Many 
hours of training, rehearsal, and 
costume and set designing and 
construction went into this Mer- 
mette spring extravaganza. Sev- 
eral members of the group at- 
tended the International Acad- 
emy of Aquatic Arts Symposium 
in Washington, D.C. 

CO-DIRECTORS— Denny Taylor 
Gerry Thompson 
SEC.-TREAS. — Janey Cooke 
COSTUMES— Laurie Hutchings 
BACKDROP— Nancy McNairy 



Denny Taylor, as Cleopatra, enter- 
tains the large crowd at the Mermettes 
show in the spring of 1965. 



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ORCHESIS Studies 



Dance Techniques 

Orchesis, a group composed of 
girls interested and adept in 
modern dance and choreogra- 
phy, presented "An Evening of 
Dance" to enthusiastic college 
audiences in the spring. Members 
of the group handled all arrange- 
ments for the production, includ- 
ing choreography, lighting, cos- 
tuming, tickets, and publicity and 
in addition managed to find 
hours to practice the actual 
dancing! 

Orchesis is effective in providing 
its members with the opportunity 
to learn and employ near-pro- 
fessional technigues of perform- 
ance and choreography. 



PRESIDENT— Sheila Thibeault 
VICE-PRES.— Fran Piskur 
VICE-PRES.— Carol Miller 
SECRETARY— Donna Says 
BUSINESS MANAGER— Patsy Adams 




These members of Orchesis were caught by the camera while practicing for the 
spring show. 




Advisor to Orchesis Miss Shirley Roby shows Sheila Thibeault an improvement to 
be made in her arm position. 




FRONT ROW: Donna Says, Del Harnsberger, Bly+he Baldwin, Margie 
Corvino, Fran Piskur, Sheila Ann Thibeault. SECOND ROW: Rae 
Worley, Karen Hassmer, Sue Brand, Renee Binzer, Carol Miller, Sue 



Scruggs, Sharon Ketcham, Terre Latsios. THIRD ROW: Kaye Sweeney, 
Jane Crow, Grace Guin, Pat Bailey, Michele Loizzi, Joann Wagnon, 
Judy Hein. 




Varsity Cheerleaders— FRONT ROW: Laurie Uhl, Kay Atkins. SECOND ROW: Patty Heath, Marie Fride 
Dee Ford, Babs Lewis, Terre Latsios. 



Practice and Precision Typify CHEERLEADERS' 





"We're behind you, we're backing you up!" The 
basketball and football teams could depend on the 
well-practiced cheering squads to support them 
from the sidelines with all the pep and enthusiasm 
they could muster. The spirited girls urged the 
crowds at Cary Field and Blow Gym to participate 
in their chant-like yells and cheer their teams on 
to victory. 




"Big Bad Babs" spins her way down in a futile attempt to over- 
come the Indians, but the W & M "Real-Kill" took care of this 
spider! 



"W . . . I . . . L . . . L . . . I . . . A . . . M . . .' 

the cheerleaders' chant during the Indians rout of VMI. 



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Varsity cheerleaders radiate enthusiasm at the Pep Rallies. 

Enthusiastic Support 




The Freshman Cheerleaders practiced diligently throughout Freshman Cheerleaders— FRONT ROW: Charlotte Dobyns. SECOND ROW: 
the fall in the Campus Center. ^ Gordon - THIRD ROW: Wand<! 



Karen Arnold. 



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FRONT ROW: Gil Morris, Robert Beers, Kathy Lehman, Gary A. Reese, 
Harry Willcins, Anne Sutherland, Pat Butler, Larry Sartorio. SECOND 
ROW: Carrington Salley, Judy Algatt, Krin Larson, Stacy Scherer, 
Naida Harlow, Cecilia Walton, Phyllis Morse, Ruth Mayo, Adair 
Brown. THIRD ROW: Jim Latum, Ken Irby, Steve Landvoigt, Judy Bry- 
ant, Fredericka Groner, Joy Hutzel, Pete Nuessle, John Lynham, Jo Ann 



Walthail. FOURTH ROW: William Lock, Richard Holmquist, Jr., Bill 
Wells, Tom Miller, James Williams, Finley Young, Ronald Coleman, 
James Green, James Hockman, Myer Reed, Gary Williams. FIFTH 
ROW: Bill Somers, John Quaintance, Curt Lowe, Don Cave, Paul 
Scott, Chuck Huxsaw, Charles Joy, Derris Raper, Steve Wing, Fred 
Grill, Stan Eastman, Douglas Taylor, Everett Casey, Hank Davis. 



YOUNG REPUBLICANS Take Active Part in State Campaign 



PRESIDENT— Gary Reese 
VICE-PRES.— Harry Wilkins 
REC. SEC— Ann Sutherland 
TREASURER— Bob Beers 



A high point of the Young Republicans' year oc- 
curred in October when they sponsored a lecture 
by Linwood Holton, Virginia's Republican guberna- 
torial candidate. The group deserved this atten- 
tion from the higher members of the Republican 
Party, for they were active during the campaign 
passing out pamphlets, running the local Republi- 
can headguarters, and canvassing the Williamsburg 
area for Republican votes. On election day the 
young members of the GOP helped man the polls 
and held an election night party to follow the returns. 

Operating under a new constitution this year, the 
Young Republicans held meetings at which they 
heard such noted speakers as Representative Joel 
Broyhill and John Dalton, State GOP leader. 



The Young Republicans brought gubernatorial candidate 
Linwood Holton to the campus for one of its most interest- 
ing meetings. 



HOLTON 




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STUDENT BAR Coordinates 
Academic and Social Activities 

The Student Bar Association, acting student gov- 
ernment for the Marshall-Wythe School of Law, 
serves to coordinate the various law school com- 
mittees and functions, both academic and social. 
One project was the establishment of the Legal 
Aid Committee, through which legal service was 
given to those not able to pay legal fees. Students 
also participated in mock court competitions, and 
sponsored several social events including a party 
with Tri-Delt, a picnic and barbecue, and a Christ- 
mas party. 



PRESIDENT— Steve Barr 
VICE-PRES.— Bradford Coupe 
SECRETARY— Gary Gleason 
TREASURER— Steve Kapral 



Student Bar officers meet in the Law Library to discuss plans 
for the mock trial. 




FRONT ROW: John Deal, Kay Farmer, Albert Mainelli, Russell Kimes, 
Don Blackwell, Thomas C. Palmer, Jr., Bradford W. Coupe, Stanley 
G. Barr, David W. O'Bryan, Susan Reynolds, Franklin D. Hochholzer, 
William D. Brackett. SECOND ROW: Ocie Murray, Charles E. Kent, 
Strother Smith, Ken Whitehurst, Gary Gleason, William E. Culverhouse, 
Raymond Kraftson, Mark S. Dray, Robert N. Lent, Robert P. Wolf, 
James R. Troth. THIRD ROW: Peter Broccoletti, Craig Dana, Joseph 
iRoskos, Lawrence Bolton, Curtis Overman, Lewis Shepherd, Joe How- 



ard, Peter H. White, Richard A. Repp, Oldric LaBell, Gordon Kent, 
Burke Margulies, Ed Tomes, Robert Durham, Stanley Morris. FOURTH 
ROW: Jerry Franklin, Fred Swersky, Aubrey Goldberg, Taylor Everett, 
Stewart Davis, Russ Hatchl, Don Witty, Ed Lenight, Rodney Johnson. 
FIFTH ROW: Bob Simpson, Joe Buston. Richard Savage, Ronald 
White. Gus James, Bill Cowardin, Alvin Marks, Bill Jeffries, Forrest 
Morgan, Winston Haythe, Paul Burton, Rufus Leonard, Austin Can- 
ning, Horace Teass, Steve Wilson, John Perrin. 



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KEPLAR Becomes Colony of a National Fraternity 




FRONT ROW: Larry Smyth, Don Roberts, Tom Jordan, Jack Cole, 
Mike Hodnett, Mike Lee, William Register, Terry Bennett, Gordon 
Kellett. SECOND ROW: Steve Row, Roger Hall, Rich DeLong, Rich 
O'Connor, Jack Tompkins, John Mueller, Louis Bradley, Pete Nuessle, 



Bob Jones, Pete King, Don Neily, David Conway. THIRD ROW: 
Rick Shelly, Lindsey Florence, Hank Davis, Lynn Dent, Art Conway, 
Dan Langdon, David Larmore, Stan Eastman, Norman Robertson, Mark 
Granstein, Keith Walters. 






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The annual Christmas dance is one of the many social events 
enjoyed by Keplar. 



Keplar members listen to the order of business at a weekly 
meeting. 

Keplar, a men's fraternal organization, took a big 
step forward this year when President Paschall 
formally granted it the status of colony. The group 
moved closer to affiliation with a national fraternity 
as the members considered seven well-established 
Greeks as possibilities. Keplar held a Christmas 
dance, and, for the first time, held formal rush in 
February. 

PRESIDENT— Jim Hockman 
VICE-PRES.— Mike Hodnett 
SECRETARY— Mike Lee 
TREASURER— Terry Bennett 
ADVISOR— Mr. Barry Mann 



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SAILING ASSOCIATION 
Offers Valuable Training 




Music by The Strangers and tropical scenery set the mood 
for the Sailing Association's Shipwreck Dance. 

With the approval of the Sailing Association's con- 
stitution the dream of intercollegiate sailing com- 
petition moved a step closer to reality. In their first 
full year of operation, the group sponsored a 
"Shipwreck Dance" and provided instruction and 
practice in sailing on the James River. 

PRESIDENT— Matt Beebe 
SECRETARY— Ann Keating 
TREASURER— Pam Crawford 
FLEET CAPTAIN— Wayne Fordham 
ADVISOR— Dr. Bruce Goodwin 
ADVISOR— Dr. Stephen Clement 



FRONT ROW: Vi> 



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Lynn Kingery, Lucy Kinnaird, Dr. Bruce 



Goodwin, Ann Keating, Matt Beebe, Pam Crawford, Dr. S. C. Clement, 
Mary Nuernberger, Almeda Shepherd, Jackie Mitchell. SECOND 
ROW: Mary Vogel, Olivian Boggs, Mary Jane Sullivan, Penny Alex- 
ander, Cheryl Fuchs, Kate Blanchard, Cary Savage, Diane Mims, Kathy 
Jenkins, Juana Cottingham, Sandra Price. Joanie Simpson, Suzanne 




A sailboat appropriately represents the club in the Home- 
coming parade. 

Miller, Carolyn Scott, Kathy Hagen. THIRD ROW: Pat Wineman, 
Betsy Seaver, Gail Varela, Susan Page, Sue Spiggle, Sue Hawkins, 
Ruth Mayo, Anne Nelson, Margie Randall, Nancy Priebe. FOURTH 
ROW: Malcolm Shick, Steve Curcuru, Chuck Williams, Max Laback, 
Wayne Fordham, Pete Torbert, Stephen Amee, John Hollandsworth, 
Davie Spaulding, William Luebke. 




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FRONT ROW: Mr. H. M. Smith, Glenn Brodie, Newton DeShazo, 
Donnie McGuire. SECOND ROW: Tom Blekicki, Mike Weaver, Jim 
LoFrese. THIRD ROW: Gene Griffin, Cy Aman, Dennis Haglan. 
FOURTH ROW: George Pearce, Tony Buccino, Jim Dick. FIFTH 
ROW: Larry Paffrath, Randy Glesenkamp, Mike Bucci. 



PE MAJORS CLUB Holds 
Special Athletic Exhibitions 

"To promote projects in community health and gen- 
eral recreational activities for the campus and com- 
munity" is the main objective of the Physical Edu- 
cation Majors Club. Basing their activities on 
their specific interests, the members of this or- 
ganization sponsored special athletic exhibitions 
in an effort to stimulate greater student and fac- 
ulty concern with physical fitness and athletics. 



PRESIDENT— Glenn Brodie 
VICE-PRES.— Newton DeShazo 
SECRETARY— Maureen Baber 
TREASURER— Donnie McGuire 
ADVISOR— Mr. Howard Smith 



SEA Provides Tutors for 
Students in Local Schools 

PRESIDENT— Kay Drinard 
VICE-PRES.— Florence Bishop 
SECRETARY— Joan McKann 
TREASURER— Linda Helfrich 
ADVISOR— Mr. Patrick Riley 



The Student Education Association is composed of 
interested prospective teachers who met for the 
purpose of establishing projects and discussing cur- 
rent educational information. The programs in- 
cluded informative speakers, and the group insti- 
tuted a tutoring service for elementary and high 
school students. New officers were installed at the 
spring banguet. 




FRONT ROW: Betty Bishop, Kathy Quirk, Patricia A. Patterson, 
Ginny Goolsby, Joan McKann, Linda Helfrich, Kay Drinard, Florence 
Bishop, Hazel Tucker, Mary Stedman, Letty Lynn, Sally Christian. 
SECOND ROW: Missy Crowgey. Jo Lynne Standi, Mary Alan 
Brown, Sharon McGhee, Chris Coggins, Alice Moberg, Judy Rex, 



Marilyn Massey, Carolyn Sterling, Penny Sanford, Gladys Holland, 
Dottie Gilbert. THIRD ROW: Ruth Eye, Cecilia Roton, Nancy Wal- 
rath, Julie Pastore, Elizabeth Keahey, Linda Ann Arnett, Carolyn 
Hitt, Kathy Hagen, Ruth Mayo, Linda Hay. 



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Club Endeavors to Explore Aspects of French Culture 




FRONT ROW: Vivien Rubin, Dr. J. L Martell, Lorna Morris, Sue 
Galvin, Carolyn Hitt, Susan Hackney, Susan Snedegar, Linda Vacca, 
Holly Peterson, Linda Sorrell. SECOND ROW: Karen Eden, Alice 



Carlton, Marilyn Johnson, Pat Coss, Ed Weisberg, Mike Chesson, 
John Gaidies, Christopher Sherman, Kerry Sawiclt, Pat Milliren, Rose- 
mary DeCarlo, Martha Shaw, Susan Morrisey, Margie Corvino. 



Le Cercle Francais held part of each meeting in 
French to improve members' conversational abili- 
ty. Guest speakers and informal discussions on his- 
tory broadened their concepts of French culture. 



PRESIDENT— Carolyn Hitt 
VICE-PRES.— Lorna Morris 
SECRETARY— Susan Hackney 
TREASURER— Sue Galvin 
ADVISOR— Dr. J. L. Martel 



Films and Speakers Interest Students in Spanish Customs 




The Spanish Club this year of- 
fered its members visits to Spain 
and Mexico through slides and 
films. Various members of the 
College faculty spoke to the 
club about Spain's present-day 
economic situation and the cus- 
toms of Spanish South America. 
The club's purpose was to foster 
enthusiasm for the Spanish lan- 
guage and to provide knowledge 
of Spanish culture. 

PRESIDENT— Cindy Skogen 
VICE-PRES.— Emma Stokes 
TREASURER— John Robinson 
ADVISOR— Dr. Howard Stone 



FRONT ROW: John Robinson, Cindy Sko- 
gen, Emma Stokes. SECOND ROW: Alice 
Glasheen, Margie Randall, Richard Holm- 
quist, Judy Banks. 



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Club Honors Outstanding Accounting Student at Banquet 




FRONT ROW: Gerald Dodd, James Breeden, Paul Hogge, Bob 
Mooney, Bob Kiley, Mr. W. T. Reece, Russ Hatchl, Jim Boylan, 
Ron Lovelace. SECOND ROW: Bill Vakos, Dana Gaebe, Michael 
Keyes, Bill Leland, Kermit Osborne, Richard Fridge, Alfred Ritter, 



Jr., Allan Fort, Roger Burbage, Bob Owen. THIRD ROW: Robert 
Beers, David France, John Bartelt, Scott Huzek, James Watts, Jon 
Hatfield, Ralph Reinecke, Bert Prestridge, Douglas Jacobson. 



Highlighted by a dinner in the 
spring with the Virginia Society 
of Certified Public Accountants 
at which an outstanding account- 
ing student was honored, the 
programs of the Wayne F. Gibbs 



Accounting Club featured field 
trips and speakers whose purpose 
was to relate the members' 
studies to the practical experi- 
ences of the business world. 



PRESIDENT— Bob Kiley 
TREASURER— Bob Mooney 
ADVISOR— Mr. W. T. Reese 



Weekly Tutoring Sessions Conducted by ECONOMICS CLUB 



The Economics Club was re- 
organized and re-established at 
the College this year, and the 
members set up an ambitious 
program. They held tutoring ses- 
sions for Economics 201 classes, 
sponsored speakers including Dr. 
Alvin H. Hansen, took field trips, 
and started a library of graduate 
and career opportunities bul- 
letins. They are now considering 
affiliation with the National 
Economics Honor Society. 



PRESIDENT— Joe Pace 
VICE.-PRES.— Bob Willey 
SEC.-TREAS.— Lee Brown 
ADVISOR— Dr. Leonard Schlfrin 




FRONT ROW: Bonnie Robinson, Lee Brown, 
Joe Pace, Bob Willey. Bill Humphreys, 
Joyce Bushong. SECOND ROW: Richard 
Olsen, Dave Parker, Jim Armentrout, Randy 
Bell, Jere Rapp, Bill Haymes, Tom Ford, 
Keith Walters. THIRD ROW: Stuart Lynn, 



Walter Rountree, Frank Turner, Jon Gabel, 
Tom Ullrich, Jim Bowdren, Jim McNulty. 
FOURTH ROW: Guy Temple, Fred Grill, 
John McDonald, Bob Burns, Bud Anderson, 
Jim Smart, Mike King-Harman. 



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Forum Encourages 
Political Interest 

To arouse interest in national, 
state, and city politics is the goal 
of the Political Science Forum. 
Expanded considerably this year, 
the membership encouraged small 
discussion groups concerned 
with specific political topics 
and brought speakers to address 
its meetings. 

PRESIDENT— Rich Holmquist 
VICE-PRES.— Glad Bulwinkle 
SECRETARY— Cindy Skogen 
TREASURER— Susan Benbow 
ADVISOR— Dr. C. Kim 



FRONT ROW: Glad Bulwinlcle, Phyllis Morse, 
Rich Holmquist, Cindy Skogen, Sue Benbow. 
SECOND ROW: John Ward, Woody Lons, 
Suzanne Miller, Bucky Fletcher, Linda Trice, 



Dave Bonsai, Paul Allard. THIRD ROW: Wil- 
■ford Kale, Chuck Huxsaw, Robert Creecy, 
Dwight Rowe, Jack Tompkins. 



SAM Members Attend Management Conference 



This national society has as its 
goal "industrial progress through 
enlightened management." Mem- 
bers gained experience in a Man- 
agement Conference through 



contacts with businessmen, 
through lively debates with guest 
speakers, and through on-the- 
spot observations of plant facili- 
ties. 



PRESIDENT— Fred Grill 
VICE-PRES.— Erwin Alexander 
SECRETARY — Jamie Gronning 
TREASURER— Stan Owens 
ADVISOR— Mr. Gilbert C. Jones 




FRONT ROW: Walter Williams, Kathy Parkinson, Stan Owens, Jamie 
Gronning, Fred Grill, Erwin Alexander, Letty Lynn, Roy Cherry. 
SECOND ROW: Harry Wilkins, Charles Elliott, Ray Carpes, Nelson 



Pinney, Ray Whiteman, Chuck Williams, 
Michael Sullivan, Jack Cole, Hank Davi: 
rett, Ned Carr, Chuck Albertson. Stan Eastn 



>b Pierce. THIRD ROW: 
Lewis Ollice, Stacy Gar- 



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ABELIAN SOCIETY Awards Medal to Local Math Student 



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FRONT ROW: Al Lebold, Marjorie Rankin, Missy Smith, Dickey Bar- 
ron. Delha Barwick, Mary Lou Mays. SECOND ROW: Dr. T. L. Rey- 
nolds, Mr. H. B. Easier, Judy Lockridge. Kathy Kane, Sherry Fischer, 



Carolyn Hitt, Nancy Walrath, Debbie Chappell, Allen Barwick, 
Mr. B. R. Cato. 



Members of the Abelian Society 
are math majors, graduate stu- 
dents, and professors. Although 
membership was by invitation, 
all interested persons were in- 
vited to the monthly lectures 
sponsored by the club. The club 



gave a medal and a citation to 
an outstanding math student at 
the local high school in the 
spring. This year the club initiat- 
ed steps toward affiliating with 
a national math honorary. 



PRESIDENT— Dickey Barron 
SECRETARY— Missy Smith 
ADVISOR— Mr. H. B. Easier 



Audubon Wildlife Films Sponsored by BIOLOGY CLUB 



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FRONT ROW: Brian Chabot, Sue Covington, Lee Bradshaw, Jeff Piland, Joan Simpson, Jim 
Bell, Dr. S. R. Brooks. SECOND ROW: Mary Vogel, Pat Milliren, Betty Lane, Gale Gib- 
son, Susan Mallory, Lillian Keister, Judy Kinsinger, Susan Hollis. THIRD ROW: Jane 
Spence, Peggy Weissenstein, Helen Hudson, Joyce L. Johnson, Lorna Totman, Eliza- 
beth May, Helen Lantz, Sharon Gary, Susan Shafer. FOURTH ROW: Bob Sigafoes, Thelda 
Kestenbaum, Robert Graham, Robert Hodges, Robert Drake, Harvey Zeigler, Kenneth Ley, 
Charles Windle. FIFTH ROW: Destry Jarvis, Richard Hoffman, Robert Gatten, Derris Raper, 
Alan White, Jim Tatum, Ed Baptist. 



Students interested in biology 
extended this interest beyond 
their labs and classrooms to the 
Medical College of Virginia, the 
Blue Ridge Mountains, and the 
Marine Laboratory at Gloucestor 
Point with field trips throughout 
the year. These members of the 
Biology Club promoted interest 
in their field by sponsoring the 
Audubon Wildlife Film Series. 
The Biology Club also compiled 
a file of graduate opportunities 
to help Biology majors. 



PRESIDENT— Jeff Piland 
VICE-PRES.— Lee Bradshaw 
SECRETARY — Joan Simpson 
TREASURER— Jim Bell 
ADVISOR— Dr. G. R. Brooks 



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CHEMISTRY CLUB 
Presents Lectures 

Membership in the Chemistry 
Club was open to all students 
taking Chemistry courses 200 
level and above. Lectures and 
films concerning education and 
professions in this field were pre- 
sented for the benefit of interest- 
ed students. As the club was an 
affiliate of the American Chemi- 
cal Society, the members were 
entitled to the special privileges 
of the national group. Contrary 
to popular belief, the club did 
not intend to blow the roof off 
Rogers Hall. 

PRESIDENT— Bizhan Zarnegar 
SEC.-TREAS.— Cam Buchanan 
ADVISOR— Dr. R. L. Kiefer 




FRONT ROW: Dr. J. T. MacQueen, Dr. Richard Kiefer, 
Laurence Gates, Dr.. W. G. Guy. SECOND ROW: Dr. 
L. O. Tarleton, Marty Miller, Rae Worley, J. W. Jeffer 
Arthur Massey, Hugh Douglas, Tom Todd, Bill Morri 
FOURTH ROW: Dr. Bryant Harrell, Dave Rawls, Dr. A. 



Bizhan Zarnegar, Cam Buchanan, 
J. T. Zung, Mr. E. Katz, Mrs. 
5s, Dr. T. B. Hill. THIRD ROW: 
on, E. L. Miccio, Bill McCall. 
R. Armstrong. 



New Topics Explored 
by Psych Students 

Extending their interest beyond 
the classroom, those who were 
interested in psychology met to 
explore, through speakers and 
field trips, questions and topics 
not covered in their courses. In 
addition, the club met with other 
clubs in order to broaden their 
approach to psychology by rec- 
ognizing its relation to other fields 
of study. 



PRESIDENT— Donna Province 
VICE-PRES.— Elmer Hodge 
SECRETARY— Linda Gray 
TREASURER— Betty Kent Swayne 
ADVISOR— Dr. S. B. Williams 




FRONT ROW: Jean Kemp, Donna Province, Elmer Hodge, Linda Gray, Dr. S. B. 
Williams, Olivian Boggs. SECOND ROW: Margie Arnold, Sue Lukltarila, Phyllis Morse, 
Rita Province, Rugh Stoneburner, Linda Rains, Sandra Lukkarila, Jerry Garrett. THIRD ROW: 
Linda Arnett, Sue Daffron, Bill Ewald, Stan Rothenberg, Lee Doerries. Sharon Sampson. 



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RELIGIOUS GROUPS 



A time to pray 
a time to worship . . . 
a time to laugh ... a 
time to learn. 






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SRU Aids Interfaith Relations 



Composed of one representative 
from each religious organization 
on campus, the purpose of the 
Student Religious Union is to pro- 
mote understanding and religious 
toleration. Under its president, 
Jeff Camp, the Union staged Re- 
ligious Emphasis Week during the 
winter. 




FRONT ROW: Paul Allard, Kathleen Carr, 
Jeff Camp, Cathy Brown, Tom Roach. 
SECOND ROW: Jim Beclcer, Don Ferriss, 
Bill Baldwin, Don Sutherland, Howie Kahn, 
David Blumenthal. 






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Speaker from Israeli Consulate Addresses BALFOUR-HILLEL 




FIRST ROW: Ed Weisberg, George Fenigsohn, Charles Perelman, Bob Ruben, Ed Mirmolstein, 

Stanley Rothenberg. SECOND ROW: Rochelle Kaufman, Sanford Temes, David Blumenthal, 

Selman Welt, Norman Olshansky, Elliott Dinner. THIRD ROW: Yetta Jacobs, Ken Rubin, 
Bill Somers, Mark Granstein, Herbert Berman, Joel Zaba. 




Balfour-Hillel, the Jewish student 
association, held regular Friday 
night services in the Wren 
Chapel, as well as brunches on 
Sunday mornings. Other activi- 
ties included a joint social with 
neighboring chapters, a picnic 
at Lake Matoaka, and a program 
with a speaker from the Israeli 
Consulate. 

PRESIDENT— Dave Blumenthal 
VICE-PRES.— Sandy Temes 
SECRETARIES— Rochelle Kaufman, 

Norman Olshansky 
TREASURER— Henry Puhn 




One of Balfour-Hillel's projects 
Chapel. 



assisting in Friday evening services in the Wren 



Selman Welt arranges the Torah prior 
to the Jewish services. 



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FRONT ROW: Judy Albee, Bob Johnson, David Rutledge, Jo Ellen 
Blankinship, William Baldwin, Bill Hendricks, Howard Harris. SECOND 
ROW: Joyce Whitehead, Beth Foster, Margie Kuhn, Faye Allen, 
Alice Pittard, Nancy Verser, Jo Lynn McCauley, Gaye Minton, Helene 



Bergemann, Linda Fombell, Mary E. Wrenn. THIRD ROW: Paul 

Lankford, Derris Raper, Lee Bradshaw, Laurence Gates, Tom Powers, 
Don Sutherland, Carlton Hardy, Allen Chappell. 



State Baptist Retreat Enriches Lives of BSU Members 



The Baptist Student Union at- 
tempted to carry out its purpose 
of serving as a link between the 
College and the local Baptist 
church in several ways. At weekly 
Sunday supper meetings speakers 
held informal discussions on per- 
sonal morality and other pertin- 
ent subjects. Many of the mem- 
bers enjoyed a state-wide retreat 
attended by Virginia Baptists in 
the fall. The local organization 
also held an exciting and reward- 
ing retreat in the spring. 

PRESIDENT— Bill Baldwin 
VICE-PRES.— Bonnie Hamlet 
SECRETARY— Jo Ellen Blankinship 
TREASURER— Dave Rutledge 



Members of BSU enjoy a social gather- 
ing before the first meeting in the fall. 




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FIRST ROW: David Baldwin, Leonora Owre, Harry Krauss. SECOND 
ROW: Gay Nor+hway, Juliet Carter, Linda Wales, Rosemarie Benedict, 
Susan Estes, Alice Luzader. THIRD ROW: Lillian Keister. Elaine 



Bannerman, Russell Kimes, Donald Cave, Harry Bastow, Elizabeth 
Pollock, Holly Casey. 




Members of the Canterbury Club seem entranced as the Reverend Robert Whit- 
man explains a fine point in the discussion. 



CANTERBURY CLUB 
Is Center of Activity 



PRESIDENT— Dave Baldv/in 
VICE-PRES.— Harry Krauss 
SECRETARY— Leonora Owre 
TREASURER— Jeff Camp 



The religious organization for Epis- 
copal students, the Canterbury 
Club, provided a center for fel- 
lowship and Christian education 
for its members. Programs for 
the year included speeches by 
Dr. Joseph Brent and the Rev. 
Robert Whitman, and a play, 
"Let's Play Devils," performed by 
the members. The club also had 
two religious services a week to 
complement the Sunday morning 
services at Bruton Parish Church. 



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Religious Group 
Holds Retreats 

PRESIDENT— Randy Lanford 
VICE-PRES.— Charlie Moore 
SECRETARY— Helen Lantz 
TREASURER— Tom Baker 
ADVISOR— Dr. C. R. Terman 

Thought-provoking Bible study 
classes in dorm rooms and oc- 
casional retreats helped to ac- 
complish the aim of the Christian 
Fellowship, which was to stimu- 
late the spiritual growth of its 
members. Speakers and hymn 
sings at weekly meetings attract- 
ed interested students and gave 
them an opportunity for in- 
tellectual and spiritual fellowship. 
The organization prompted in- 
dividual enrichment through in- 
formal discussion sessions. 



Christian Fellowship officers gather to plan the programs for the year. 




FRONT ROW: Betty Lane, Tom Baker, Helen Lantz, Randy Lanford, 
Charlene Barnes, Charlie Moore. SECOND ROW: Linda Beasley, 
Linda Posten, Diana Michael, Alice Pirtard. Diane Lynch, Marty 
Massey, Yvonne Peters, Eunice Hall, Lynda Hamshar, Anne Brisebois, 
June Emerson, Cindy Cain, Dr. C. R. Terman. THIRD ROW: Jan 



Sassaman, Sarah Cottrill, Betty Sassaman, Flossie Bishop, Rebecca 
Winch, Edwin Elliott, Ed Baptist, Dick Kantzer, Jim Porterfield. 
FOURTH ROW: Steve P. Gaskins, Bill Mocre, Lyle Campbell, 
Johnny Garber, Gary Sager, Dave Ross, Dan Peacock, Scott Black. 



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The Christian Science Organi- 
zation provided an atmosphere 
for students to meet with Sod 
and with one another. Twenty 
members met weekly in the Wren 
Chapel to hear lectures and 
share ideas. This fall a member 
of the Board of Lectureship of 
the Church from California spoke 
to the group concerning the im- 
portance of religion in twentieth 
century student life. 

PRESIDENT— Chuck Sievers 
SECRETARY— Susan Pond 
TREASURER— Bill Seibert 
ADVISOR— Mrs. Lois Hornsby 



FRONT ROW: Chuck Sievers, Susan Pond. 
Bill Seibert. SECOND ROW: Sarajane 
Auman, Sandy Blackburn, Mildred Pitts, Patri- 
cia Gibbs. THIRD ROW: Judy Ann Tucker, 
Mrs. Lois Hornsby, Susan Reynolds, Marion 
Demers. FOURTH ROW: Bill Hildebrand, 
Adin Brown, Tim Howard. 




CHRISTIAN SCIENTISTS Meet Weekly in Wren Chapel 

Christian Science members decide on plans for a spring project. 








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Judy Alga+t, Don Ferriss, and Ann Sessoms work with the Rev. John Byerly in reading over suggested projects for the year. 



Lutherans Discuss Religious and Secular Currents in Culture 



The purpose of the Lutheran 
Student Association is to gain 
insight into the significant cur- 
rents in American culture today 
from both a religious and a 
secular perspective. The Associa- 
tion held informal discussions fol- 
lowing their Sunday supper meet- 
ings. At two of these meetings 
Dr. Russell Norman and Dr. Wil- 
liam F. Davis led informal dis- 
cussions. 

PRESIDENT— Don Ferriss 
VICE-PRES.— Betty Sessoms 
SEC.-TREAS— Alice Moberg 
ADVISOR— Rev. John Byerly 





The LSA combines 
work and play to give 
a Sunday School class- 
room a new paint 
job. 



FRONT ROW: Don Ferriss, Betty Sessoms, Alice Moberg. Reverend 
John Byerly. SECOND ROW: Lynn Loetterle, Thelda Kestenbaum. 
Judy Algatt, Ann Sessoms. THIRD ROW: Roger Blomguist, Krin 
Larson, Marilyn Massey, Judy Rex. FOURTH ROW: Lawrence Bolton, 
Jerry Johnson, Charles Nicholson, Dick Hoffman. 



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NEWMAN CLUB Sponsors program for Eastern State Patients 




FRONT ROW: Rick Olsen, Carol Green, Judy Bretana, Donna 
Gorman, Cheryl Hoel, Bea Peca, Kathleen Carr, Paul Allard, 
Geri Schnebli, Judy Johnson, Madeline Billy, Billie Elayne Colom- 
baro. Louis Bradley. SECOND ROW: Susan Mallory, Margie 
Randall, Alice Glasheen, Dianne Rawl, Mary Jane Sullivan, Rosemary 
DeCarlo, Karen Marlin, Margie Corvino, Mary Waterman, Carol 
Boneta. THIRD ROW: Joan Flynn, Barbara Crissey, Louise Saulnier, 



Sunday mornings found the members of Newman 
Club in the Campus Center Little Theatre where 
Mass was held and a breakfast-program meeting 
was conducted. Topics of discussion this year in- 
cluded "Freedom in the Church" and "Mixed 
Marriages." The club also sponsored a program 
for patients at Eastern State. 

PRESIDENT— Kathleen Carr 
VICE-PRES.— Kathy Tupper 
SECRETARY— Marilyn Giorgio 
TREASURER— Paul Allard 
ADVISORS— Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Tarleton 




Mr. Walter Riley addresses the Newman Club on 
Marriages" at one of their regular meetings. 



Mixed 



Marilyn Johnson, Mary Perkey, Ann Hamilton, Sue Daffron, Judy 
McGehee, Charlotte Dobyns, Suzanne Miller, Margaret Dinan. 
FOURTH ROW: Deanne Detorie, Sue Flinn, Cathie McCoy, Sharon 
Buck, Jim Smart, Cindy Skogen, Kerry Satfick, Connie Clawson, 
Mary-Chris Schmitz, Carol Battaglia, Ann Vick, Sue Galvin, Linda 
Yuhas. 

Refreshment time 
discussion. 



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WESLEY FOUNDATION Provides Student Worship Services 



The members of the Wesley Foundation enjoy the annual 
Banquet for freshmen in September. 




The Wesley Foundation program centered around 
student facilities located on Jamestown Road. 
Choral and dramatic presentations, a monthly stu- 
dent worship service in the Church chapel, and 
regular community service projects formed the 
core of the program. This year Wesley initiated 
a study group and a weekly "supper club." 

PRESIDENT— Jim Becker 
VICE-PRES.— Cathy Brown 
SECRETARY— Anne Cox 
TREASURER— Betty Staton 
ADVISOR— Mr. John Harwood 




Russ Lee, Mary Blandford, and Tom Davis rehearse for a 
Wesley Foundation production. 




FRONT ROW: Joan Campbell, Ann Loud, Gail Santilli, Anne Cox, 
Cathy Brown, Blair Riepma, Carol Jones. Nileki Wakerlin, Alice 
Boone. SECOND ROW: Cheryl Johnson, Jackie Engle, Tom Davis, 



Edwin Godshall, Bill Heins, Russ Lee, Lynn Dent, Lynn Shumake, 
Carol Pearn, Dorislee Atcers, Kathy Young. 



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WEST FEL Members Discuss 
Problems of College Students 

Westminister Fellowship, the student organization 
of the Presbyterian Church, discussed problems 
which were directly related to college students 
by raising the guestion "What does it mean to 
be human?" At other meetings Dr. William F. 
Davis led a discussion on Bergman's "The Seventh 
Seal" and Dr. David Gray spoke on "The Church 
and Social Control." 

PRESIDENT— Donna Truesdell 
VICE-PRES.— Pete Cole 
SECRETARY— Linda Ann Arnett 
TREASURER— Al Mollohan 
ADVISOR— Rev. Tony Sherman 

Presbyterians enjoy Sunday dinner prior to West Fel 
meeting. 





Dick Nathan and 
Fellowship, discuss 
campus. 



Pete Cole, members of Westminster 
the role of religion on the College 



FIRST ROW: Sue F. Miller, Lynn Dryer, Sue L Miller, Ann Morris, 
Donna Truesdell, Linda Ann Arnett, Lynn Kingery, Linda Watson, 
Veronica Mutcahy. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Blake, Joy Hutzel, 
Carolyn Koehler, Sallle Stemple, Alice Carlton, Janet Baker, Sarah 



Cottrill, Carolyn Hitt, Clara Abercromble. THIRD ROW: Edwin 

Elliott, James Green, Thomas Massey, Frederick Korty, Chuck Szabo, 

Jim Watts, Alan Mollohan, Richard Nathan, Tony Sherman, Bruce 
Jones. 



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... a time to revel 
... a time to belong 
... a time to relax. 





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KAPPA ALPHA Sponsors Drive for Christmas Letters to 



KA 



PRESIDENT— 

Dennis Haglan 
VICE-PRES.— 
Mike Reese 
SECRETARY— 
Jeff Arnold 
TREASURER— 
Willie Keen 



Operation Mailcall sent 400 let- 
ters overseas, while here, Old 
South Weekend with its tradi- 
tional pomp and splendor round- 
ed out the year for Kappa Alpha. 




FRONT ROW: Charlie Jackson, Pete Abarbare, Dennis Brown, Steve Cracraft, Steve Rowe, 
Donald Gay, Ken Irby. SECOND ROW: Jim Roberson, Al Yates, Steve Jaggard, Tex Mc- 
Kinnon, Terry Morton, Scott Hart, Michael Head, Marty Fuller. THIRD ROW: Bobby Childers, 
John Christopher, Steve Cochran, Mike King-Harmon, Jeff Lund, Wayne Hunsucker, Rod 
Whibley. 




The brothers assemble with their favorite 
Southern belle, Kathy Hollingsworth, to 




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William Acree 
Gary Alphin 
William Anders 



Jeff Arnold 
Keith Bricldemyer 
Richard Brown 



Ronald Brown 
William Conaway 
David Crockett 



John Gobble 
Gene Griffin 
Dennis Haglan 



William Keen 
Gary King 
Donald Lillywhite 





Arthur Louise 




Michael Madden 




Joseph Masters 




Harry New 




James Noe 




John Shay 


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James Saunders 
Thomas Savage 




Thomas See 


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Peder Shea 




Brian Shortell 




Kirby Sims 



Robert Steidtman 
Charles Stout 
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Tom Blekicki 
Jim Breeden 
Steve Buffington 
Ron Chambers 



Carl Christensen 
Bob Eskay 
Tom Feola 
Joel Fontaine 



Pinky Henderson 
Bill Hoffmann 
John Hopkinson 
Bill Humphreys 





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KAPPA SIGMA Banquet Commemorates 



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PRESIDENT— 

Pinky Henderson 
VICE-PRES.— 
Jim Cibella 
SECRETARY— 
John Hopkinson 
TREASURER— 
Joel Fontaine 



The Anniversary Banquet, a 
Christmas Party with Alpha Chi 
for underprivileged children and 
a Speak-Easy Party highlighted 
the Kappa Sigma year. 







Bob Trice and Sue Saulmon sport 
with each other while their neighbors 
ponder the meaning of the Universe. 



Not now, my Dear — I'm reading a letter 
from Chi O, Virginia. 



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Dick Jolliffe 
Jim Kane 
Hal Lynch 
Dan Nase 
Bob Owen 
Larry Paffrath 
Ben Pomeroy 



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Phil Sandidge 
Nick Sayers 
John Shea 
Al Slobe 
Jake Smith 
Bob Stephenson 
George Stohner 

Billy Taylor 
Bob Trice 
Larry Walk 
Gary Walter 
Tim Walter 
Bob Willey 
Ben Williams 




Kappa Sigma's introduce their version of Victorian Courtship. 

FRONT ROW: Pat Wheeler, Mike Florence, Richard Hayhurst, Richard Potter, Dave Daugherty, 
Ed Derringe. SECOND ROW: Harvey Bryant, Wayne Alley, Jim Kane, Ray Barger, Carl Franko- 
vitch, Bob Kelley, Al Wergley, John Daley. 




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Ernie Armstrong 
Bill Atkinson 
John Benedict 
Lynn Booker 
Jim Branyon 
Wayne Bullis 
James Chambers 

Roy Cooper 
Brad Davis 
Bob Duke 
Ted Fansher 
Kester Freeman 
Bill Fox 



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John Serace 
Bill Hancock 
Gregg Hansen 
Ted Hanson 
Bill Harris 
Wayde Harrisoi 
John Hauss 




LAMBDA CHI ALPHA Has Undefeated Football Season, Becomes 



AXA 



PRESIDENT— 

Dana Gaebe 
VICE-PRES.— 
Charles Oliver 
SECRETARY— 
Huqh Leichtman 
TREASURER— 
Tom Todd 



From a Christmas party for 
mentally retarded children to in- 
tramural football champs, from 
the scholastic award to sorority 
parties, this was Lambda Chi. 



Chuck Thorne and Jon Pratt con- 
gratulate each other on having 
cooked only two professors for 
so many alumni. 



The brothers enjoy a Friday night sorority party with Kappa Alpha Theta. 



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FRONT ROW: Steve Gaskins. Tim Austin. Tim McPherson, Billy Dunn, 
Bob Barnes, Allen Brown. SECOND ROW: Chuck Williams, John Todd, 
Steve Watkins, Joe Winn, George Davis, Les Jordan. THIRD ROW: 
Tom Hochheimer, Tom Fay, Ned Bunch, Doug Griffith, Kevin Daven- 
port, Bar* Theberge. 

1965 Intramural Champion 




Larry has a different line for every date. 

Brothers, dates and parents at the football game during 

Parents' Weekend. 




Kenneth Himmel 
Donald Howell 
Bob Jagger 



Jim Jancaitii 
Chip Kerby 
Larry Koch 



Hugh Leichtman 
Leonard Lilliston 
John Lindars 



Larry Marchant 
Ric McKittrick 
Keith Maurer 



Dave Norton 
Chuck Oliver 
Greg Olley 



John Pratt 
Bob Purcell 
Burt Queen 



Steve Shaw 
Bob Soter 
P. J. Sweeney 



Keith Taylor 
Bob Thompson 
Chuck Thorne 



Tom Todd 
James Todd 
John Tudor 



Bill Vakos 
Bart Watt 
Bill Weiland 







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Brothers Grill, Burns, and Hallman discuss rush 
prospects before the freshmen arrive. 



Matt Beebe 
Wally Bembenista 
Jim Bowdren 
Frederick Boysen 



Tom Browne 
Rollin Burns 
Mai Christ 
Mike Christner 



Dave Connelly 
Rad Conrad 
Larry Court 

Buz Donehower 



Fred Grill 
Paul Hallman 
Jeff Hansbrough 



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Dan Harvey 
Dave Heenan 
Mike Inman 
Jason Mansfield 



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FRONT ROW: Paul Hildebrand, Jim Caplan, Doug Volz, Jerry Sedlacek, Dick DeBell, 
Jerry Nance. SECOND ROW: Joe David, Hugh Southerland, Kent Stevens, Del 
Camp, Bruce Gillespie, Bill Sigafoes. Larry Jenkins. THIRD ROW: Brian Hallman. 
Don Moore, George Nance, Tom Millican, Ken Smith, John Cousins. 



The Phi Tau bartender happily (?) surveys the Sat- 
urday night scene as brothers and their dates 
enjoy the advantages of lodge life. 



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'Blowout Week' Parties in the Spring 



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PRESIDENT— 

Mike Ney 
VICE-PRES.— 
Wally Bembenista 
SECRETARY— 
Tom C. Brown 
TREASURER— 
Rollin Burns 



Brothers of Phi Tau engage in 
social, academic, and athletic ac- 
tivities. "Blowout Week" honor- 
ing the seniors and the spring 
Sweetheart Dance are yearly so- 
cial events. 




Is Tom Browne really in on this conversation? 

The Phi Tau intramural football team discusses strategy dur- 
ing the half. 





Bill Miller 
Tom Millican 
Mike Ney 



Larry Rosser 
Denny Shea 
Jim Stout 



Roll Sullivan 
Rick Wiggins 
Paul Yurachek 




Bob Bullock intently concentrates on 

"drinking with his dance." 







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PiKA's defense, Boberg and Greenwood, roll out in hot pursuit of a Theta Delt. 




Jack Lowery and "Heavy" Harris converse 
with dates on Founder's Day at the lodge. 

Ken Williams rushes around right end. 




Dave Appier 
Bill Binns 



Jim Boberg 
Ron Boykin 



Paul Broughton 
Brian Chandler 



Keith Dauer 
Jack. Drew 



Mike Greenwood 
Jirn Harris 



Paul Holtzmuller 
Bob Johnson 



Robert O. Johnston 
David Kern 



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Dave Kern and Nat Ryder 
dance to a slow number 

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outstretched hands of 




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at the Playboy Party. 

Kappa Sig's Phil San- 
didqe. 




PI KAPPA ALPHA Leads 'Flashlight Brigade' 
To Raise Money for Tuberculosis Fund 



riKA 



PRESIDENT— 

Bill Lott 
VICE-PRES.— 
Jack Tucker 
SECRETARY— 
Bill Binns 
TREASURER— 
Bob Johnston 



Collecting money for the 
Christmas Seal Drive, the Playboy 
Party, Founder's Day Weekend, 
and a Parents' Weekend were all 
parts of PiKA's year. 



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FRONT ROW: Andy Glassman, Elliot Dinner, Dick Dickinson, Bill Bubsey, Mike Parker, Mike Eberhardt. 
SECOND ROW: Tom Bagby, Jim Garrison, Phil Arberg, Jim Jullien, Norman Smith, Ken Swanson. 
THIRD ROW: Jeff Fairbanks, Dick Miller, Tom Morgan, Dave Shackleford, Charles Elliott, Chip 
Smith. 



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Bill Lott 
Jack Lowery 
John McCarthy 
Allan Mollohan 
Pete Nance 



Stephen Newman 
Tom Niles 
Lew Ollice 
David Olson 
Joe Plumeri 



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Bob Row 
Jim Shaw 
Bart Steib 
Philip Thomas 



Richard Tomlinson 
John Tucker 
James Vincent 
Alan White 

Kenny Williams 



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PI LAMBDA PHI Establishes 
Glenn D. Mann Memorial Fund 





The lodge is always crowded for sorority parties. 

Joel Zaba never stops explaining why senior brothers need 
attention. 




Paul Bernstein 
Carlton Brooks 
Alan Brown 



Pete Clarke 
Lee Doerries 
Jim Dryden 



Bob Factor 
Don Freeman 
Tony Gambardella 



Jerry Garner 
Jim Goalder 
John Haley 



Ned Hopkins 
George Howe 
Wade Irwin 



Andy Jacobs 
Bob Kahn 
Howie Kahn 



Sam Kushner 
Scott Langhorst 
Steve Larson 



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FRONT ROW: Steve 
Row, Dave France, Al Al- 
bert, Boyd Rossing, Steve 
Wing, Larry Whiting, 
Dave Brooks. SECOND 
ROW: Ed Weisberg, 
Dudley Nachman, Donn 
Wonnell, Russ Fee, Bob 
Ruben, Jim Taylor, Ernie 
Ramos, Joe Hopkins. 
THIRD ROW: John Bow- 
man, Bill Crewe, Ronnie 
Hudson, Will Hooker, 
John Mowen, Tim Marvin, 
Bob Bly. 



Steve Levenberg 
Ivan Lowenthal 
Bill Mcintosh 



John Medinger 
Colston Newton 
George Oldfield 



Norman Olshansky 
Tom Pavey 
Joe Pitt 



Richard Richels 
Bob Ridout 
Fred Roth 



Jahan Saleh 
Gordon Saffold 
Don Sanders 



Bob Schoenhut 
Ed Shifman 
Tom Spaulding 



Stu Spirn 
Rich Westerman 
Joel Zaba 



PRESIDENT— 

Bob Factor 
VICE-PRES.— 
Ed Newton 
SECRETARY- 
Jerry Garner 
TREASURER- 
Joe Pitt 



The Batman Party, the rush week 
Go-Go Girl, but "when the shout- 
ing and the tumult dies," Glenn 
Mann, killed in Viet Nam, is re- 
membered in a scholarship by his 
Pi Lamb brothers. 




Jerry Garner shows that he's a big man on the dance floor. 

Norman Olshansky looks for his trumpet — lost in float 
kleenex. 




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Chris Sutton and Mike Granville give us 
the SAE look from the bar. 





It's elementary, Watson, chill and open 
slowly. 



Here's to you, here's to me, here's to us and SAE. 



PRESIDENT— 

Pete Marston 
VICE-PRES.— 
Chris Sutton 
SECRETARY— 
Rod Coleman 
TREASURER— 
Burt Prestridge 



Sigma Alpha Epsilon held three 
beach weekends this year — in 
November, in February, and in 
March — in addition to the 
Sweetheart Dance traditionally 
held in November. 




SAE Brothers Co-Sponsor Successful Viet Nam Blood Drive 








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George Bond 
Roy Chaney 



Rod Coleman 
John Garrett 



Bill Hendricks 
Roy Jenkins 



Gary Johnson 
William Keown 



Jeff Kirssin 
Jack Knowle 



Bill Lyons 
Pete Marston 




Chris Sutton 
Ronald Willard 




Broken field running is his specialty all the time! 

SAE brothers, led by Bill Lyons and George Bond, are on the warpath 
against G. W. at the 1965 Homecoming Parade. 

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Bob Bland 
Les Beadling 
Glenn Brodie 



Mike Bucci 
Tony Bucclno 



Gordon Buchanan 
Ned Can- 



Jim Dick 
Wilburn Dibling 
Bob Ellis 



Bob Gadkowski 
Randy Glesenkamp 
Ray Gowin 



Mike Holland 
Bob Jenkins 
Warren Knowlton 



Jim LoFrese 
Ron Martin 
Bill McCall 



SIGMA NU Canvasses Campus 




Christmas and mistletoe at the Sigma Nu lodge. 
Nu-men bring Christmas cheer to orphan children. 



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To Raise Money for Local Cancer Fund 




IN 



PRESIDENT— 

Joe Neilson 
VICE-PRES.— 
Glenn Brodie 
SECRETARY— 
Charlie Cox 
TREASURER— 
Ray Whiteman 



Both the college and the com- 
munity profited from the serv- 
ice projects of Sigma Nu this 
year. At the same time the 
brothers maintained their name 
as rip-roaring party lovers. 




FRONT ROW: Ed Kellam. Bill Clarke, Jim Simonelli, Bob Davis, Adin Brown, Tom Sublett, 
Bob Ludwlg, Rich Como. SECOND ROW: Rich Randa, Dave Sapp, Bob Knaup, Sam Roakes, 
Billy Wade Hamilton, Scott Curzi, Bob Bell, Joe Wingo. THIRD ROW: -Scott Bonham, John 
Ma+ish, Al Cheatham, Bob Holmes, Dave Ellenson, Burt Waite, Thad Zychowski. 

Sigma Nu joins Chi O for Christmas caroling in the dorms. 



Parks, Kyle, Slotnick, and Bucci 
gather for a bull session in 
the lodge kitchen. 




Don McGuire 



Bill Morrison 
Joe Neilson 



Steve Slotnick 
John Sours 
Ed Tomes 
Mike Weaver 
Bob West 
Ray Whiteman 



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Bud Anderson 
Dave Anderson 
Rick Babcoclc 
Jim Bell 

Art Brown 



Cher Cassel 
Gary Chocklett 
Bob Clapp 
Bob Clay 
Dave Davis 



Lee Dixson 
Gerry Dodd 
Tom Ford 
Phil Franklin 
Rich Fridge 



Andy Geoghegan 
Bruce Griffin 
Bob Haley 
Jerry Harris 
Bill Haymes 



Bob Johnson 
Mike Keyes 
John King 
Tom Lawler 
Steve Marcy 



Rodger McKain 
Bob Meyerson 
Bob Moore 
Mike O'Neill 
Cooper Pearce 



Ron Petralia 
Ron Phillips 
Stan Ragsdale 
Don Ralston 
Jim Rumpler 



Tom Ryan 
Steve Sardell 
Sam Smart 
Steve Snyder 
Larry Spell 



Tom Trautma 
Joe Trice 
Bob Weeks 
Ben Womble 
Tom Wright 



PRESIDENT— 

Bruce Griffin 
VICE-PRES.— 
Don Williams 
SECRETARY— 
Lee Dixson 
TREASURER— 
Gerry Dodd 



Sigma Phi Epsilon's main proj- 
ect each year is the sale of Col- 
lege calendars. The profits are 
matched by an alumnus and stock 
is purchased, the dividends being 
used to provide a scholarship. 



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FRONT ROW: Don Korte 

Rick Spurling, Al Murray 
Rick Lawson, John Frece 
Keith Hamack. SECONC 

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[ollege Calendar Sale Marks the Opening of Fall Semester 




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SIGMA PI Aids Welfare Families With Gifts of Food 




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PRESIDENT— 

Fred Palmore 
VICE-PRES.— 
Dave Lowry 
SECRETARY— 
Frank Wright 
TREASURER— 
Bob Cline 



From a Toga party to Intramural 
sports, from the annual Orchid 
Ball at Virginia Beach to a schol- 
arship given to one of the broth- 
ers in memory of Billy Mitchell, 
this was the year for Sigma Pi. 




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Louis Puller and Ron Aldhizer haunt Sigma Pi's relax at Chi O's Christmas Dance, 
the Tri-Delt-Sigma Pi Halloween Party. 




Al Fort impresses freshman women with the scrapbook at the 

"Meet Tom Gardo" open house. 

Sigma Pi brothers practice harmonizing for their formal Christ- 
mas serenade. 



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Jim Armentrout 
Bill Barnett 



Robert Blaii 
Bill Bradsha 



Roger Burbage 
Tom Chapman 



Bob Cline 
Kenney Crooks 



Tim Curtis 
Lynn Dievendorf 



at Christmas Season 





Horseplay at the lodge follows the Alumni-Brothe 
football qame. 




FRONT ROW: Richard Citron, Danny Fore, Reed Hunt, Hoolcer B 
Quaintance. SECOND ROW: Fletch Flemer, Bob Koch, Tracy Emerick 
Bill Wells, Dave Glendinninq. 



Al Fort 
Jeff Foster 

Rob Fromm 



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Bill Griffin 
Monty Harris 
Paul Hogge 



Steve Holton 
George Howe 
Dan Jenkins 



Bob Kiley 
Paul Lipani 
William MacLean 



Bob Mentzer 
Reed Murtagh 
Fred Palmore 



Tom Reavely 
Al Ritter 
Jeff Steinhoff 



Richard Wachcic 
Bill Westbrook 
Frank Wright 



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At least Saunders and Glakas know where the action is. 

THETA DELT's Homecoming Float Wins 
First Place Among Fraternity Entries 



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PRESIDENT— Jheta Delta Chi, the College's 
viceIpres— oldes+ social fra+ernit Y' P roved 

Chuck Sievers ^ a ^ '^ s cornerstone is diversity 
SECRETARY— by winning this year's Homecom- 
Tron Brekke ; ng Float Competition as a group 

and by excelling as individuals. 



TREASURER— 

Bill Berghaus 



Hard-rushed Brekke gets away a quick spot in intramural action. 



The boys chow down at 
Theta Delt's rock 'em up at their "Harry 



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FRONT ROW: Mike Harding, Ducan Garnett, Al Wooleyhan, Steve Kohlhagen. SECOND ROW: Sonni Woolley, Dave 
Watson, Les Watson, John Richardson, Bill Hartsoclt, Don Roberts. 



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Buffalo Party. 






How about a quick run around Chi O's right end? 



John Bane 
Charlie Berger 
Bill Berghaus 
Tron Brekke 
Jeff Camp 
Mike Dainer 



Mike Delaney 
Ron Eliasek 
Jeff Gaber 
Nick Glakas 
Jim Howard 
William Huzek 



Jim Lewis 
Charlie McCan 
Skip Osborne 
Rick Saunders 
Chuck Sievers 
Richard Smith 



Bryon Speer 
Tom Ullrich 
Art Walsh 
Pat Walsh 
Walter Wenk 
Bob Willner 



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INTER-FRATERNITY and PANHELLENIC 



IFC 



PRESIDENT— Jim Breeden 
VICE-PRES.— Bruce Griffin 
SECRETARY— Larry Merchant 
TREASURER— Joel Zaba 





FRONT ROW: David Henderson, Bruce Grif- 
fin, Larry Marchant, Jim Breeden, Joel Zaba, 
Bryon Speer, Dana Gaebe, James Rumpler. 
SECOND ROW: Ron Eliasek, Ted Fansher. 



Bob Factor, Joe Neilson, Bob Kahn, Bill Lott, 
Fred Grill, Paul Hallman, Ray Whiteman, 
Mike Ney. 




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PRESIDENT— Pafsy Dickinson 
VICE-PRES.— Donna Province 
SECRETARY— Judy Sullivan 
TREASURER— Paula Lippard 




FRONT ROW: Betty Gayle Sanford, Dean 
Snidow, Donna Province, Patsy Dickinson, 
Paula Lippard, Judy Sullivan, Kay Drinard, 
Carol Boysen, Rae Worley, Carol Miller. 
SECOND ROW: Jean Haynes, Joy Cheat- 



ham, Nancy Gotwald, Ellen Allison, Nancy 
Bagby, Virginia Rose, Mary Brennan, Nancy 
Combs, Judy Morris, Julia Ann Dickinson, 
Susan Embrey, Cam Buchanan, Cathleen 
Crofoot, Betty Swayne. 



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COUNCILS Help to Coordinate Greek Activities 




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FRONT ROW: Nancy Dyson, Sheila Winchester, Melissa Pollard, 
Becky Sweeney. SECOND ROW: Sue Huber, Robbie Mick, Barbara 
Acree, Susan Moore, Caroline Currie, Carol Meyer, Mary Lucie 
Mapp. THIRD ROW: Lorraine Benson, Lois Johnson, Merrill Curtis, 
Gretchen Barney, Glenith Price, Wendy Fairbank, Joan Flynn, Pat+y 
Glenn, Krin Larson. 




Carolyn Tucker, Peggy Hall, and Joy Cheatham seem to 

have a captive audience. 

The Spring Banquet permits the Alpha Chi's to honor their 

seniors. 




Gretchen Barney 
Dee Boren 
Betty Bradley 



Judy Bryant 
Judi Bodo 
Pat Burleigh 



Pat Calhoun 
Kathy Carmody 
Mary Carmody 



Joy Cheatham 
Ann Clark 
Connie Clawson 



Caro! Collins 
Dorothy Currie 
Glenda Dame'ron 



Laura Daughtry 
Dianne Doyle 
Debby Duel 



Karen Eden 

Linda Fanning 
Karen Gelotte 



Peggy Good 
Nancy Guthrie 
Andi Haddon 



Peggy Hall 
Sue Hopkinson 
Mary Lou Jenkins 



Joyce Johnson 
Marilyn Johnson 
Sharon Ketcham 




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ALPHA CHI OMEGA'S Year Highlighted by Open House 
For Freshman Men and Party for Underprivileged Children 




Alpha Chi's and friend decorate their tree in preparation 
for the coming holiday season. 

Donna Truesdell entertains in the skit given at the Spring 
Banquet. 




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PRESIDENT— Joy Cheatham 
VICE-PRES— Ann Clark 
SECRETARY— Karen Ringley 
TREASURER— Peggy Hall 



Highlights of the Alpha Chi year included their 
open house for freshman men, a Fall Dance, a visit 
by the National Officers, and a Christmas Party 
with Kappa Sig for underprivileged children. Spring 
brought the Presentation Dance honoring new 
pledges. 



Ann Lyon 
Joanie Mahru 
Carol Miller 



Susan Porter 
Lynn Richardson 
Karen Ringley 



Geri Schnebli 
Martha Shaw 
Mary Sherman 



Ellen Shorter 
Donna Smith 
Betty Spencer 



Betty Staton 
Mary Stedman 
Mary Strader 



Mary Sweeney 
Sandi Tate 
Sandi Thompson 



Carolyn Tucker 
Nikki Wakerlin 
Mary Charles White 




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CHI OMEGA'S 'Owl Hoots' 












Biddy Acree 
Alice Annon 
Ellen Arnold 



Dickey Barron 
Janet Beasley 
Cathy B|orkback 



Lee Bonifant 
Carol Boysen 
Beth Bromley 



Ellen Campana 
Ginny Carbone 
Karen Cottrell 



Jane Crow 

Mary Ellen Downing 

Sharon Drummond 



Susan Embrey 
Midge Ernst 
Ruth Eye 



Gayle Ferebe 

Margie Gove 

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Patty Hartleben 
Judy Hein 
Bobbie Holtzman 



Louise Hudgins 
Paulette Johnston 
Elise Jordan 



Jean Kemp 
Terre Latsios 
Janie McKay 






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PRESIDENT— Susan Embrey 
VICE-PRES.— Cathy Thomson 
SECRETARY— Paulette Johnstone 
TREASURER— Betty Jo Moyer 



The Lambda Chi Barnyard Party, a football game 
with Theta Delt, halloween entertainment at the 
house for Kappa Sig, the Owl Hoot, and caroling 
with Sigma Nu comprised fall social activities. 
In the spring the pledges from formal rush were 
presented at the White Carnation Pledge Dance 
and seniors were honored at the Seniors' Banguet. 




Jean Kemp, Mary Ellen Downing, and Karen Williams find 
it hard to concentrate on their bridge hands as Bob Owen 
entertains them. 



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Held During the Year Reflect Sorority Spirit and Fun 




Chi Omega's seniors line up for a song at one of their 
Owl Hoots. 




FRONT ROW: Kay Pitts, Janet Ackroyd, Gail Harper, Carrington Salley, 
Janet Berglund, Linda Kalen, SuSu Williams. SECOND ROW: Diane Mims, 
Judy Chase, Ellen Cooper, Cathy Friedman, Wyn Whitehurst, Missy Gallo- 
way, Haidee Ewell, Leslie Prather, Gail Dehn. THIRD ROW: Stacy Scherer. 
Linda Freeman, Olivian Boggs, Judy Gordon. 



Betty Moyer 
Sandy Norton 
Sandy Odum 



Chi Omega's float displays William and Mary's hope for 
a victory over the George Washington Colonials. 




Kennon Pate 
Fran Piskur 
Cindy Price 



Anne Roberts 
Ruth Sallenger 
Louise Saulnier 



Jenny Seward 
Mary Jane Sprinkel 
Ruth Stoneburner 



Neville Stonehar 
Hunter Swartz 
Cathy Thomson 



Johnne Whicker 
Karen Williams 
Rae Worley 




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PRESIDENT— Nancy Gotwald 
VICE-PRES.— Patsy Adams 
SECRETARY— Denny Taylor 
TREASURER— Gerry Thompson 



A first in academic competition and a Homecom- 
ing Princess — Junior Julia Ann Dickinson — brought 
fall honors to the Tri-Delt's. With fall also came 
a full schedule of banquets, social events, and foot- 
ball, as well as service and fund-raising projects. 
A Pledge Presentation Dance headed spring ac- 
tivities. 





Patsy Adams 
Margie Arnold 
Pat Bailey 
Blythe Baldwin 
Suzanne Barksdale 



Mary Jim Be 
Betty Bishop 
Vickie Blankenship 
Glad Bulwinkle 
Kathy Burge 



Penny Coiner 
Linda Combs 
Janey Cooke 
Carroll Darby 
Margie Davis 



Julia Ann Dickins 
Dee Elder 
Dee Ford 
Cissy Freeman 
Nancy Gotwald 



Janise Hardy 
Del Harnsberger 
Jane Harris 
Laurette Harvey 
Carol Heitmanek 



Tisha Hickson 
Teena Hughes 
Laurie Hutchings 
Sharon Kern 
Marsha King 



Lucy Kinnaird 
Babs Lewis 
Nancy McNairy 
Gail Morgan 
Nora Ann Morsch 



Karen Nylander 
Karen Oetjen 
Diane Riley 
Barbara Schwartz 
Nancy Seale 



Nancy Seale and Marsha King 
prepare for the Sigma Pi Costume 
Party. 




Victorious Tri-Delt's hoist football 
(?) coach Joe Neilson on their 
shoulders. 



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DELTA DELTA DELTA Holds Spaghetti Dinner to Raise 
Funds for Scholarship for William and Mary Coed 



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FRONT ROW: Pat Buffington, Rose Gamon, Allison Strange, Sandy Bocock. SECOND 
ROW: Pam Roberts, Janie Bretnall, Suzanne Hinson, Laura Hiner, India Shotwell, Terry 
Waters. THIRD ROW: Judy Algatt, Susan Mallory, Nancy Jo Larson, Dee Curwen, Linda 
Brink, Susan Blount, Barbara Crissey, Betty Collins, Chris Hall. 



Babs Lewis masquerades as "Super Santa. 



Tri-Delt's and their dates enjoy the annual 
Christmas Dance. 




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PRESIDENT— Nancy Combs 
VICE-PRES.— Kathleen Cam 
SECRETARY— Joan McKann 
TREASURER— Sue Swarts 



GAMMA PHI BETA'S "Indian" 




Gamma Phi Beta took first prize for their float in 
the Homecoming Parade. They sponsored an or- 
phan in Korea and gave a Christmas party for 
patients at Eastern State Hospital. Second semes- 
ter brought rush and other functions which were cul- 
minated by the Senior Banquet. 



Reggie Armentrout 
Patricia Atwell 
Barbara Baird 



Diana Barocco 
Carol Bender 

Jean Branham 



Mary Buckley 
Kathleen Carr 
Frances Cole 



Nancy Combs 
Cheryl Corbell 
Anne Dickinson 



Sharyn Domagalski 
Bruce Edel 
Theda Farmer 



Mary Fitzgerald 
Kathie Frost 
Dottie Gilbert 



Marilyn Giorgio 
Martha Gosnell 
Naida Harlow 



Kathleen Hawkins 
Christine Hines 
Christine Hunt 



Float Takes First Place 



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During the National Panhellenic Conference held in Williams- 
burg, Sharyn Domagalski and Bunni Poplcin met Mrs. Witten- 
berg, their national delegate. 

Susan Swarts looks on as Susan Baskerville, Brenda Robertson, 
and Marjorie Rankin prepare to ride the winning float. 



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Mary Hum 
Betty Keahey 
Catherine Kerr 



Susan Knopf 
Sallye Lashley 
Mary Laughlin 



Paula Lippard 
Jean Lusardi 
Merle Markwith 




FRONT ROW: Dale Wilson, Patricia Hooker, Wendy Laderberg, 
Naomie Dankers, Tricia Frazier, Gale Gibson, Greta Augustine. 
SECOND ROW: Ann Talley. Ellen Mauck, Bobbie Grove, Lynn Mc- 
Leod, Ruth Johnson, Linda Wyrick, Ellen Spence, Cheryl Anderson, 
Carol Hamersen, Gail Langhorst, Liz Ramsey, Patricia Gracian, Jane 
Defrees. 




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Cheryl Marshall 
Beckie McColpin 
Bonnie McGhee 



Joan McKann 
Judith OGrady 
Carol Pearn 



Barbie Peck 
Rosalie Petrillo 




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Bunni Popkin 



Berta Ramsey 
Marjorie Rankin 
Brenda Robertson 



Kay Rodgers 
Ruby Schonfeld 
Missy Smith 



Elizabeth Sturges 
Janice Swanson 
Susan Swarts 



Nadia Tongour 
Val Weaver 
Clevie Youngblood 




Gamma Phi's take time out for a brief rest at their Christ- 
mas Dance. 

Paula Lippard rests as she finds out that being a "crayon" 
can be hard work. 




T • 




KAPPA ALPHA THETA Sponsors 



Linda Arey rides the "Pink Yink" to a second place win. 



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PRESIDENT— Betty Gayle Sanford 
VICE-PRES. — Laine Bannerman 
SECRETARY— Connie Hudson 
TREASURER— Nancy Rhodenhizer 





From the middle of September until Homecoming, 
activity at the Theta house centered around the 
construction of the "Pink Yink"; and their efforts 
at Homecoming were rewarded with a second 
place in the float competition. At Christmas, 
Theta's entertained orphans with Sigma Nu and 
Sig Ep. 



Nino Allen 
Linda Arey 
Laine Bannerman 



Linell Broecker 
Mary Brown 
Cam Buchanan 



Sharon Buck 
Karen Bunting 
Jean Carson 



Chris Coggins 
Jean Coley 
Susan Crawford 



Susan Sheffield demonstrates that the Theta's are always 
"cooking up" something. 



Theta's find fun in their own front yard. 



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210 



Child in Viet Nam Through Foster Parents Plan 
11 




Lambda Mu Mu provides Theta with a sorority within a sorority. 



Bobbi Cusworth 
Beth Disfler 
Jo Donato 
Linda Gray 
Ronni Green 
Pam Hecker 
Bari Hodge 



Karol Holmes 
Jenny Kerns 
Linda King 
Jan Koerner 
Susan Legg 
Bonnie Mayo 
Martha Miller 



FRONT ROW: Becky Pierce, Laura Busse, Susan Lyon, Diane Lucas, 
Carol Shewmaker. SECOND ROW: Fran Pollock, Linda Whitlow, Sara- 
jane Auman, Claire Mason, Diane Woodard, Bettyjoyce Breen, Betty 
Wadkins, Peggy Preston. THIRD ROW: Nancy Hauck, Anne Hitt, 
Barbara Moriarty, Judy Pond, Peggy Merritt, Nancy Harkrader, Sally 
James, Marilyn Kron, Kathy Vining. 




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Becky Mitchell 
Emily Moriarty 
Gay Northway 
Susan Pond 
Sharon Pursifull 
Nancy Rhodenhlzer 
Susu Robertson 

Nat Ryder 
Betty Sanford 
Penny Sanford 
Brigitte Schmidt 
Susan Sheffield 
Cindy Skogen 
Janet Smith 

Jane Snead 
Sue Stephenson 
Judy Stratton 
Jeannie Swink 
Terry Thompson 
Louise Thornton 
Pat Vakos 




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Clara Abercrombie 
Dorislee Akers 
Susie Andrews 
Carri Anthony 
Flossie Bishop 
Sue Brand 
Mary Brennan 
Ellie Christian 

Betty Conley 
Mary Grace Cook 
Marlon Demers 
Wendy Gasteiger 
Roxanne Good 
Cheryl Griffiths 
Kathy Hill 
Marty Holbrook 
Susan Hollis 
Kitty Johnson 
Jo Jones 
Deanie Kahl 
Kathy Kane 
Judy Lockridge 
Lynn Loetterle 
Letty Lynn 

Judy Mallison 
Mary Lou Mays 
Jean Michael 
Sue Miller 
Judy Morris 
Sandy Morrison 
Jackie Murray 
Betty Newsome 



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KAPPA DELTA Visits and Performs Philanthropic Work 



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Kappa Delta's and their dates set the seasonal mood at their Christmas Dance. 



FRONT ROW: Nancy 
Cella, Margie Kuhn, 
Kathy Vancho, Mary 
Thompson. SECOND 
ROW: Pat Foster, Cindy 
Smith, Alice Carlton, 
Sandy Skeen, Nancy 
Beachley, Janet Marshall. 
THIRD ROW: Kathy 
Jordan, Judy Carhart, 
Sue F. Miller, Becky 
Vaughn, Mary Chris 
Schmitz. Betty Conley, 
Carol Knight, Suzanne M. 
Miller. 




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Barbie Nold 
Jeanne Obenchaln 
Leonora Owre 
Margaret Pratt 
Donna Province 



Rita Province 
Anne Purtill 
Ellen Roberts 
Bonnie Robinson 
Mary Fran Sedwict 



Beryl Slayton 
Joan Southall 
Chris Sturges 
Jody Vilbrandt 
Cecilia Walton 



Ann Warrington 
Marion Weinhold 
Kay Whitfield 
Lindsey Wittmus 
Dottie Wilkerson 



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Sandy Morrison, Leo 
Anne Purtill visit th 
Children's Hospital 



Owre, and 

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at the Crippled Children's Hospital in Richmond 




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PRESIDENT— Mary Brennan 
VICE-PRES.— Judy Mallinson 
SECRETARY— Jo Jones 
TREASURER— Mary Lou Mays 



KD began the year with honors, having received 
the Merit Award at the National Convention dur- 
ing the summer. Activities of the fall semester in- 
cluded philanthropic work at the Crippled Chil- 
dren's Hospital in Richmond, frat parties, the Dia- 
mond Ball, and a slumber party. Spring brought 
with it rush, the Presentation Dance, and the Senior 
Banquet. 



Rita Province laughs as she finally gets a good hand in 
the college's favorite pastime — bridge. 



The last few days before Homecoming were fil 
minute float preparations for the Kappa Delta's. 



ith last 




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KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA Ends Year r 
With Annual Fleur-de-lis Party 



KKr 



PRESIDENT— Dottle Traynor 
VICE-PRES.— Jane McAdoo 
SECRETARY— Linda Trice 
TREASURER— Billie Cayot 



The Kappa's had a busy first semester with a Home- 
coming breakfast, a Halloween party, a reception 
for the football team, caroling with PiKA, and 
other functions. Philanthropic activities included 
work with the children at Eastern State Hospital. 
The year closed with the Pledge Dance and the 
Fleur-de-lis Party. 




The Kappa's really seem to be enjoying one of their 




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nightly dinners at the house. 



FRONT ROW: Ann Hamilton, Sallie Moore Daggett, Gail White, Donnle Chancellor, Linda Sundin, 
Karen Clay, Bobbie Henry, Linda Lacy, Susan Small. SECOND ROW: Ann Morris, Suzanne Fauber,' 
Judy Banks, Martha McSuire, Linda Mclndoe, Karen Arnold, Sallie Stemple, Peggy Sothoron, Judy 
Poarch, Lynn Andrew. 




Ann Klare 
Ginny Knoop 
Michelle Lester 
Gail Littlefield 



Bambi Lynn 
Linda Mayer 
Jane McAdoo 
Susan Morrisey 



Mary Lynn Murphy 
Mary Nuernberger 
Suzanne Pearce 
Bea Peca 



Carolyn Peery 
Margie Randall 
Sue Rankin 
Betsy Reed 



Laurie Richardson 
Susan Romans 
Bette Scott 
Sally Mac Smith 



Sandy Smith 
Nancy Sundin 
Dottie Traynor 
Linda Trice 



Kathy Tupper 
Laurie Uhl 
Mary Ward 
Gail Williams 




Four Kappa's gather around for an enlightening 
discussion. 




Carol Bagley entertains prospective Kappa's 
during Rush. 



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Diane Giangrande, Sandy Reese, and dates have the holiday spirit 
at the Phi Mu Christmas Dance. 




Pat Alexander 
Ellen Allison 



Nancy Bagby 
Alice Rae Boone 



Kristi Brown 
Susan Bruch 



Pam Crawford 
Sue Daffron 



Patsy Dickinson 
Linda Fombell 



Diane Giangrande 
Patty Hubbell 



Rebecca Jones 
Darlene Lewis 



Joan Lowry 
Margaret Mann 



Diane Miller 
Aiice Moberg 



Sharon Perkins 
Ellen Phillips 






FRONT ROW: Gail Varela, Pat Wineman, Mary Anne Dailey, Ellen Pugh, Dodie 
Duncan, Candy Metz. SECOND ROW: Carol Grant, Margo Smith, Sharon Yager, 
Sandra Zenker, Billie Baker. Suranne Miller, Flora Stith. 




216 



PHI MU's Help Provide Toys for Children at Eastern State 




Phi Mu's take time off from working on their homecoming float to enjoy a New pledges Pam Crawford, Becky Rice, and 
ride in their chauffeur-driven jeep. Susan Bruch entertain the sisters. 



4>M 



PRESIDENT— Virginia Rose 
VICE-PRES.— Alice Rae Boone 
SECRETARY— Linda Fombell 
TREASURER— Diane Miller 



Phi Mu greeted the fall term with Mrs. Cramer, 
their new housemother. The month of December 
found them initia'ting their '65 fall pledges at a 
Christmas party and doing their service project at 
Eastern State. A Presentation Dance in honor of 
the pledges from Formal Rush was held in March 
followed by Initiation in April. 

Joan Lowry, Linda Fombell, Suzan Ward, and Margaret Hard at work pre p ar ing for rush are Ellen Phillips, Pat Alex- 

Mann are costumed guides for Colonial Williamsburg. ander and Sharon Perkins. 



Karen Phillip 
Diane Rau 
Torrie Read 





Sandy Reese 
Becky Rice 
Virginia Rose 



Cis Roton 
Ann Sessoms 
Suzan Ward 




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PRESIDENT — Marie Fridens+ine 
VICE-PRES.— Suzanne Stainback 
SECRETARY— Ginny Goolsby 
TREASURER— Margaret Conn 



Pi Phi began its year by winning third prize for its 
float in the Homecoming Parade. With the coming 
of the Christmas season, they held an open house 
and gave gifts to their adopted family. Second 
semester included Formal Rush, the annual Pledge 
Dance, and Founder's Day. 





Ginny Goolsby and Suzanne Swanson enjoy (?) 

dinner at the house. 



eating The Pi Phi's "Swiss" float waits to begin the Homecoming Parade 



PI BETA PHI Shows the Holiday Spirit by Holding A 



Kay Atkins 
Maureen Baber 
Mary Baker 
Gerry Berks 
Judy Bretana 
Chris Burney 
Trudy Butner 
Sherri Carpini 

Marg Conn 
Missy Crowgey 
Lynn Dulin 
Judy Faust 
Marie Fridenstine 
Diane Goodman 
Pam Goodrich 
Becky Goolsby 

Ginny Goolsby 
Donna Gorman 
Carole Green 
Kathy Green 
C. C. Greider 
Shirley Harkess 
Sue Hawkins 
Linda Helfrich 




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in which it took a third place prize. 



Christmas Open House 




FRONT ROW: Kathy Cracraft, Wanda Lewis. SECOND ROW: Eev Johnson, Carolyn 
Scott, Janice Jones, Chris Taylor, Nancy Pitzer, Janet Watkins, Dwe Eaton, Pat Zepul. 
THIRD ROW: Diana Hull, Jackie Fngle, Susie Brown, Leslie Davis, Katie Walline, Mary 
Lou Morden, Kathy Kishbauch, Mary Ann Cremins, Cathie Calvert. 



Barbara Herbert 
Mary Ann Hocutt 
Sharon Hogan 
Becky Humphlett 




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Barbie Herbert brushes up on her Pi Phi-perfect 



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Robin Jenks 
Margie Jensen 
Becky Kellam 
Diane Letchworth 



Susan Major 
Pam Mason 
Patricia A. Patterson 
Patricia L. Patterson 



Bitsy Plybon 
Mary Beth Pretty 
Nancy Priebe 
Cathy Quirk 



Francie Read 
Bonnie Robertson 
Elaine Ross 
Donna Says 



Joan Simpson 
Suzanne Stainback 
Jo Lynn Standi 
Suzanne Swanson 



Betty Kent Swayne 
Linda Watson 
Poopsie Williams 
Mary Yeager 



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SPORTS 




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The athletic field is the 
theatre for a dramatic 
merging of personal and 
team goals. Here the 
striving of the individual 
becomes identified with 
achieving victory for the 
whole. 





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Southern Conference Football Coach of the Year, Mar 
Levy. 



Harry Groves, Coach of the Southern Conference champion 
track team. 




FRONT ROW: Lester Hooker, Joe Downing, Barry Fratlcin, Dick Besnier, 
Augie Tammerillo, Bob James. SECOND ROW: Ralph Pucci. Harry 



Groves, Joe Agee, Don Robie, Ed Derringe, Bill Chambers, Dudle 
Jensen. 



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Athletic Department Puts Stress on Expansion and Improvement 



Expansion and improvement were the keys to Wil- 
liam and Mary's Athletic Department in 1965-66. 
Highlighting the year were the Southern Confer- 
ence title captured by William and Mary's Track 
Team under the direction of Harry Groves, and 
the school's first winning football season since 1953, 
led by Southern Conference Coach of the Year 
Marv Levy. Besides adding Soccer as a varsity 
sport, William and Mary's athletic program showed 
improvement in all other varsity and freshman 
sports. 



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Lester Hooker, Athletic Director. 





Bill Chambers, Coach of William and Mary's third place 
Southern Conference Basketball Team. 




Ed Derringe, Business Manager. 



Dudley Jensen, Swimming Coach. 



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LEFT: Southern Miss quarterback, Vic 
Purvis, once leading ground gainer in 
the country, goes down under the on- 
slaught of Indian defensive men, 
George Buchanan and Terry OToole. 



RIGHT: Donnie McGuire kicks South- 
ern Miss hopes away. 



BOTTOM LEFT: Bulldog signal-caller BOTTOM RIGHT: Indian end, Jim 

Bob Ogburn finds his backfield in- Lofrese, receives the Most Valuable 

vaded by Indians, Terry O'Toole and Player Award at the Oyster Bowl. 
Joe Neilson. 




Drives to First Winnihq Season in Twelve Years 




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FRONT ROW: Dennis Haglan, Mike Weaver, Jim LoFrese, Rodger 
Bates, Danny Nase, Jim Dick, Tom Feola, Tony Buccino, Larry Walk, 
George Pearce, Mike Mihalas, Mike Bucci. SECOND ROW: Frank 
Mastowski, Bill Conaway, Jeff Foster, Chuck Aibertson, Randy Gle- 
senkamp, Joe Neilson, Ron Petralia, Jim Tuthill, Ned Carr, Ray 
Gowin, Donnie McGuire, Terry OToole. THIRD ROW: Steve Craft, 
Mike Head, Mike Madden, Chip Young, Gordon Buchanan, Steve 
Slotnik, Les Beadling, Eddie Herring, Bob Gadkowski, Don Robertson, 
Karl Tribelhorn, Dan Darragh. FOURTH ROW: Al Yates, Jerry 
Masters, John Shea, Bert Milling, Bob Shay, Ben Williams, Steve 
Rusnock, Adin Brown, Chuck Housel, Joe Koons, Dick Sikorski, Jarry 
Sedlacek. 




Marv Levy, Southern Conference Coach of the 
Year for the second straight season, directed Wil- 
liam and Mary to its first winning season since 
1953 and to second place in the Southern Confer- 
ence. The Indians, led by co-captains Jim Dick and 
Tom Feola, lost only four games, including one to 
Conference champions West Virginia. 
The season's highpoint came when the Indians beat 
Southern Mississippi, the number one defensive 
team in the country, in the Oyster Bowl. The Tribe, 
strengthened by sophomore guarterbacks Dan Dar- 
ragh and Mike Madden and a tough defensive 
line, played well in every game. With a predomi- 
nantly sophomore team, the future looks bright 
for the Tribe. 

Senior George Pearce represented the sguad on 
the All American second team as a defensive end. 
He also was tapped for the All Southern and All 
Conference teams and as the Southern Conference 
Player of the Year. Other Indians receiving awards 
were Tony Buccino, All Conference and lineman 
of the week; Jim Lofrese, All Conference and 
MVP at the Oyster Bowl; Tom Feola and Bob 
Gadkowski, All Conference; Dan Darragh, second 
team All Conference and back of the week; and 
Joe Neilson, Jim Dick, and Mike Weaver, honor- 
able mention All Conference. 



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Strong Tribe Defensive Unit Shuts Out Two Opposing Teams 

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ABOVE LEFT: Pe 



ABOVE: Dan Darragh kicks coffin corner punt 
against VMI. 



Covered by John Shea, Jim Dick, Bill Conaway, 
Mike Bucci, and Les Beadling, sophomore scram- 
bler Mike Madden laterals to Chip Young who 
rambles for an eighteen yard gain. 



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Sophomore Quarterback Mike Madden drives around end. 



Madden and Weaver: Moving. 



228 




William and Mary Places Second in Southern Conference 



VARSITY FOOTBALL RECORD 






W&M 


32 


V.M.I. 


21 


W&M 


14 


Wesf Virginia 


34 


W&M 


7 


V.P.I. 


9 


W&M 


14 


Navy 


42 


W&M 


41 


Davidson 


7 


W&M 


28 


George Washington 


14 


W&M 


3 


Southern Miss. 





W&M 


20 


The Citadel 


6 


W&M 


17 


Boston College 


30 


W&M 


21 


Richmond 












Albertson charges 53 yards to paydlrt with a Keydet punt. Bob Gadkowski moves in for an interception against VPI. 



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Pearce Sets School, Conference Records in Pass 




Receptions and Yardage 



Darragh to Pearce: Before, During, After. 



Net Yards Gained Rushing 


1606 


Rushing Offense Per Game 


160.6 


Number Passes Attempted 


206 


Number Passes Completed 


108 


Net Yards Gained Passing 


1346 


Passing Offense Per Game 


134.6 


Total Offense Per Game 


295.2 


Punting Average 


40.5 




LEFT: Jim Dick, Tony Buccino and Tom Feola block as 

Darragh throws. 

BOTTOM LEFT: A pass, a stiff-arm, and Glesenkamp 

thunders 24 yards for a touchdown. 

BOTTOM RIGHT: Weaver smashes Mountaineer line. 








Frosh Complete Second Perfect Season, Boost '66 



FRESHMAN RECORD 

W&M 29 Apprentice School 

W&M 20 V.M.I. 

W&M 34 Richmond 

W&M 14 George Washington 

W&M 16 Bullis Prep 



Davis rolls out to pass. 



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10 

14 



William and Mary's football program continued to 
build this year. The freshman team, under Coach 
Joe Agee, showed the effects of Varsity Coach 
Levy's recruiting program, stretching a frosh win- 
ning streak that covers three seasons and eleven 
games. Agee, in his first year of coaching foot- 
ball, turned out a top-notch defensive sguad that 
stopped its opponents until the offense, a slow- 
starting team, could get going. With the biggest 
and best freshman team in recent years, the Reser- 
vation can look forward to many more successful 
campaigns. 




232 




Gridiron Outlook 



FRONT ROW: Coach Dick Besnier, Bill Mc- 
Kinnon, Steve Cracraft, Dennis Brown, Mickey 
Bickers, Don Schafer, Mike Davis, Richard 
O'Neil, Jeffrey Lund, Robert Holmes, John 
Mansfield, Joe Wingo, Thomas Sublett, 
Joseph Mulvihill, SECOND ROW: Coach 
Craig Smith, Stephen Jaggard, Richard Cum- 
bee, Jack Dean, Carl Frankovitch, Mike Flor- 
ence, Scott Bonham, Robert McLaughlin, Pat- 
rick Wheeler, Barry Use, Burt Waite, Scott 
Curzi, Alvin Cheatum, Terry Morton. THIRD 
ROW: Coach Joe Agee, Rob Baxter, Charles 
Jackson, Richard Como, William Clarke, 
Richard Potter, Gerry Nance, Charles Beaston, 
Stephen Maier, Alan Hess, Ted Zychowski, 
Mason Prickett, Henry Schultz, James Robert- 
son, Jeff McCormick. 




Coach Agee screams orders to his 
squad. 




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232 



Jimmy Johnson Leads Cross Country Squad to 




FRONT ROW: Dick Kantzer, Tom Houck, Chop Jordan, Joe Hopkins, 
Juris Luzins, Bruce Jones, Rich Barbour, George Davis. SECOND ROW: 
Rodger McKain, Joe Philpott, Mike Holland, Paul Bernstein, David 

Terry Donnelly, Paul Bernstein, and Joe Philpott drive for 
the finish line . . . 



Gapp, Dick Widell. Rich Olsen. THIRD ROW: George Fenigson, Coach 
Groves, Steve Wing, Terry Donnelly, Jimmy Johnson — Captain, Steve 
Larson, Steve Jackson, Ned Hopkins, Coach James, Randy Hawthorne. 

. . . finishing second, third, and fourth behind Jimmy John- 





234 



Second in Conference 

The 1965 Cross Country Team undoubtedly was 
the strongest ever fielded at William and Mary. 
Following dual meet victories over Virginia, Virginia 
Tech, Navy, and VMI, and losses to Tennessee and 
the Quantico Marines, the harriers won their third 
straight Varsity State Intercollegiate Championship. 
The team finished second in a Southeastern United 
States Invitational at Callaway Gardens, Georgia; 
second in the National Collegiate District Three 
Championship; and was runner-up to Furman in the 
hottest Southern Conference Championship in 
many years, with the Conference meet becoming, 
in essence, a dual meet between William and Mary 
and Furman. 

Jimmy Johnson, the Tribe's star distance runner, 
set course records in winning three championships. 
He lost only to Bob Reddington of Tennessee in 
the regular season and was sixteenth out of a field 
of over two hundred at the National Championships. 
Other top performers were Terry Donnelly, Ned 
Hopkins, Joe Philpott, Paul Bernstein, and Steve 
Jackson. The Freshman Team, led by George Davis 
and Chop Jordan, posted a five and two record 
and was second in the state. 



Jimmy Johnson, the Southern Conference Cross-Country 
Champion, en route to another win. 

Start of the traditional William and Mary-V.M.I. dual meet 
rivalry. 





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235 



Basketball Team Completes Winning Season with 13-1 2 Record 




FRONT ROW: John Harvey— Assistant Coach, Walter Went, Larry 
Paffrath, Tim Walter, Bill Chambers— Coach. SECOND ROW: Ron 

Chambers— Manager, H. V. Withers, Randy Mitchell, David Walker, 



Ron Panneton, Bill Hoffmann— Manager. THIRD ROW: Billy Taylor, 
Mike Johnson, Brian Wolf, Lew Ollice, Ben Pomeroy, Jim Rama, Dave 
Corley — Graduate Assistant. 



While living up to pre-season predictions of a third 
place finish in the Southern Conference, the Wil- 
liam and Mary Basketball Team went through a pe- 
riod of frustration in December and January before 
finally playing up to their predicted potential. 
Coach Chambers, who registered his sixth winning 
season in nine years, coached a team that made 
up for its weak attack with defense and rebounding. 
The turning point of the season came when the In- 
dians downed arch-rival Richmond. Losing only 
twice more in the season, the Tribe went on to 
take seven of its last nine games. 

Finishing a half game behind second place West 
Virginia in the Conference, William and Mary 
played well in a Southern Conference tournament 



that went as expected. After beating sixth place 
Furman 78-73, the Tribe fell to West Virginia in 
a tough defensive battle. 

After David Walker became eligible in the second 
semester, the Indians operated with seven starters. 
Led by All-Southern Conference Player Ben Pome- 
roy, who led the Southern Conference rebounding 
with 12.5 per game, the Indians usually started 
junior Pomeroy, seniors Walter Wenk — the team 
leader, Larry Paffrath, and Tim Walter, and soph- 
omore Jimmy Rama. Sophomores Walker and Ron 
Panneton played much of the time. With four start- 
ers returning and additions from the Freshmen, next 
season should see continued improvement in Wil- 
liam and Mary Basketball. 



236 



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Jimmy Rama drives in for a lay-up on the fast break. 




Walter Wenk takes Tim Walter's pass as the Indians set 
up for a shot. 

Ben Pomeroy hits for two from outside the circle. 



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Ben Pomeroy goes up for the ball at the start of another William and Mary basketball game. 

Center Ben Pomeroy Grabs Top Rebounding Title, Gains Position 
On Post-Season All Southern Conference and All-Big Five Teams 



Dave Walker goes for two from the outside. Larry Paffrath and Ron Panneton combine to steal Richmond's ball. 



238 




VARSITY BASKETBALL RECORD 



W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 
W&M 

W&M 

W&M 



93 


Virginia 


82 


68 


North Carolina 


82 


63 


V.P.I. 


95 


84 


Furman 


63 


68 


Hampden-Sydney 


71 


79 


George Washingtor 


66 


76 


Jacksonville 


82 


73 


Georgia Tech 


92 


59 


Davidson 


90 


69 


V.P.I. 


76 


74 


V.M.I. 


89 


71 


Richmond 


65 


70 


The Citadel 


65 


69 


Florida Southern 


61 


66 


Miami 


88 


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East Carolina 


51 


59 


The Citadel 


46 


81 


Georqe Washingtor 


52 


Q4 


V.M.I. 


67 


67 


St. Francis 


52 


63 


Richmond 


76 



Leaping over the Cavaliers, Paffrath scores two from under the 
board. 



MOTOR CITY CLASSIC 

76 Eastern Kentucky 

65 Detroit 



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SOUTHERN CONFERENCE TOURNAMENT 
W&M 78 Furman 73 

W&M 50 West Virginia 64 

Aerial gymnastics as Tim Walter goes up for a hook shot! 




Larry Paffrath drives in for a lay-up. 




Indians Finish Third in Southern Conference, 



NAME 


FGM-FGA 


FTM-FTA 


REB 


PTS 


AVG 


Pomeroy 


165-362 


81-132 


300 


41 1 


17.1 


Panneton 


105-269 


86-121 


90 


296 


1 1.8 


Wenk 


90-256 


83-1 19 


57 


263 


10.5 


Walter 


92-197 


60-83 


161 


244 


9.8 


Rama 


97-217 


27-44 


144 


221 


8.9 


Paffrath 


78-152 


43-64 


146 


199 


8.0 


Walker 


27-63 


19-33 


20 


73 


6.7 


Withers 


9-25 


1 1-18 


14 


29 


1.6 


Mitchell 


5-25 


6-9 


21 


16 


1.0 


Taylor 


4-15 


7-9 


8 


15 


1.0 


Ollice 


2-8 


1-4 


5 


5 


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Larry Paffrath cuts out a Richmond player as Ben Pomeroy Wenk's walk, 

picks up a loose ball. 



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Reach Semi-Finals in Championship Tournament 




Rama ends up on fop in a fight for fhe ba 



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Coach Corley's Freshman Basketball Standouts: 




FRONT ROW: Robert Kelly, Jack Downing, Frank Freuler, Jim Pur+il, Randy Schaeffer. SECOND ROW: Dan Bonner— Manager, Ron Neblett- 
Manager, David Hawkins, Bill Hardie, Dave Daugherty, Ed Derringe, Dave Corley — Coach. 




Pur+il ge+s fouled while putting up a Papoose re- Jack Downing fakes a shot in the lane, 
bound for a basket. 



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Future Varsity Leaders 



The 1965-66 Freshman Basketball Team became the 
first such squad to concentrate on beating the Wil- 
liam and Mary Varsity rather than the freshman 
teams from other schools. In spite of the new ex- 
perience of learning the techniques of college 
basketball, the Papooses notched a respectable 6-5 
record. The Freshman Squad, coached by first-year 
man Dave Corley, showed much promise for future 
William and Mary basketball teams with its good 
defense and rebounding. Leading Varsity prospects 
were Jack Downing and Dave Daugherty. 





Jim Purtil and Dave Daugherty combine to pull in 
tensive rebound. 



Jack Downing shoots two from the corner. 



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Indoor Track Team's 



The 1966 Indoor Track season was the most suc- 
cessful in William and Mary's history. Coach Harry 
Groves, with the able assistance of Bob James, and 
equipped with a new banked board track, molded 
the squad into Southern Conference Champions 
and also State Champions in both Varsity and Frosh 
divisions. 

The team's depth became apparent early in the 
season during the Tribe's dual meet with a strong 
Navy team, and when experience was added by 
competition in big meets up and down the East 
Coast, the squad rounded into championship form. 

With men placing in every event in the state meet, 
winners were Jimmy Johnson — mile and two mile, 
Rodger Bates — shot put, John Prentice — broad 
jump, and the mile relay team of Fred Anspach, 
Mike Holland, Rich Olsen, and Phil Dillard. At 
the Southern Conference, which saw Indians plac- 
ing in ten of the twelve events, championships 
went to Johnson — mile and two mile, Prentice — 
broad jump, and Jim Jancaitis — high jump. 



Paul Bernstein drives for a first in the mile run at the annual 
W & M Winter Invitational. 

Dee Craig captures his heat of the hurdles in the Winter 

Invitational Meet. 




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FRONT ROW: Randy Hawthorne, Doug Griffith, George Davis, 
Chop Jordan, Joe Hopkins, Sonny Woolley, Juris Luzins, Tom Houck, 
Will Hooker. SECOND ROW: Steve Gaskins, Wayne Minkie, Dave 
Watson, Mark Decot, Steve Lancashire, Dick Kantzer, Larry Kushins. 
THIRD ROW: Harry Groves— Coach, Jimmy Johnson. Paul Bernstein, 
Joe Philpott, Ned Hopkins, Steve Jackson, Jamie Gronning, Rich 

Senior Jamie Gronning wins his heat of the 60-yard dash 
in the Winter Invitational. 



Olsen, Rodger McKain, Dick Widell, Steve Larson, Bob James — Coach. 
FOURTH ROW: Rodger Bates, Fred Anspach, John Todd, Terry Donnel- 
ly, Steve Wing, Phil Dillard, John Lampe, Mike Holland. FIFTH ROW: 
Nick Burns, Gene Griffin, Mike Greenwood, L. T. Lilliston, Dee Craig, 
Jim Jancaitis, Ed Witt, John Prentice, John Markland, John Hoagland. 



Senior Broad Jumper John Markland goes for a first place. 





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Maurer starts into his leg of the Medley relay as Carroll Howard touches in. 



Maurer Sets Three School 




Maurer pulls away in the back stroke leg of Dave Appier, Jim Walker, George Bear, Carroll Howard, Keith Maurer, Dudley Jensen- 

the individual medley. Coach, Bob West, Bill Atkinson, Don Cave — Captain, Chuck Stout. 



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William and Mary's Swimming Team, undermanned 
with only nine members, pulled an upset in the 
Conference Meet by taking fifth place. During the 
regular season the team was led by Keith Maurer, 
high scorer for the year. George Bear and Captain 
Don Cave were second and third high scorers, re- 
spectively. This year's record was 3-8. 




Bob Henderson, William and Mary's outstanding freshman Congratulations to Keith Maurer, William and Mary's only 

diver, prepares to "splash down." Southern Conference Champion! 

Records, Paces Swim Team to Fifth Place Finish 




Carroll Howard and Jim Walker sprint into the finish of the 100-yard backstroke. 



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Co-Captained by Clarke and Row, Soccer Team 



1965 saw the addition of Soccer to William and 
Mary's athletic program. Led by Co-Captains Pete 
Clarke and Steve Row, the Tribe, strengthened by 
British students Martin Burrough, Brian Clarke, Mike 
King-Harmon, and Guy Temple, played well despite 
their 1-7 record. Fullback Gary King was named to 
the Southern Conference All-Star Team. 




The end of a hard soccer game. 





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Center half Mike King-Harmon readies the ball for a pass to 
the forward line. 



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W & M inside forwards Guy Temple and Brian Clarke race away to receive a pass. 






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FRONT ROW: Richard Tillberg, Spencer Timm, Bill Crewe. SECOND ROW: Art Louise, Mike King- 
Harmon, Steve Gaskins, Larry Dillon. THIRD ROW: Dale Mueller, Brian Clarke, Bill Singleton, Stu 
Hilder, Martin Burrough, Steve Row — Captain. 




Brian Clarke heads the ball away from G. W. attacke 



249 



Successful Gymnastics Year Highlighted by Nick 




Bob Rowland, Rick Sperling, and Bob Morris During the West Virginia meet, Nick Orrick does a half-twisting front flip 

perform on the parallel bars. on the trampoline to take second place. 



250 



Orrick's Performance on the High Bar 




FRONT ROW: Dwe Eat- 
on, Chris Heins, Michele 
Loizzi, Marilyn Johnson, 
Winnie Witten. SECOND 
ROW: Henry Schwarting, 
Buddy Herndon, Melvin 
Manor, Rick Spurling, 
Larry Spell, Jim Runyon, 
Nick Orrick, Bob Row- 
land, Bob Morris, Coach 
Chet Witten. 



Baseman Henry Schwarting supports Chet Witten and Dwe 
Eaton, who is performing a back swan. 




William and Mary's Gymnastics Team completed 
its season with a 3-2 record in Varsity competition. 
Nick Orrick, outstanding member of the Varsity 
Team, placed ninth in a field of thirty-five in high 
bar competition at the Southern Inter-Collegiate 
Gymnastics League meet. 




Bob Rowland completes a straddle vault on the long horse in 
the West Virginia meet. 



251 



Bob Ellis Highlights Wrestling Season by Taking 




Co-Captain Lynn Dievendorf, right, tries to draw his opponent off balance. 




FRONT ROW: Rich Randa, Bob Ellis, Lynn Dievendorf— Co-Captain, 
Phil Arberg, Sam Graham. SECOND ROW: Dick Besnier— Coach, Jim 



Dick, Jim LoFrese, Jim Miller, Woody Caine — Co-Captain, Mike Mi- 
halas, Charlie Kraus — Manager. 



252 



Second Place in Conference Championship Meet 



William and Mary's Wrestlers, in their second sea- 
son, won a fifth in the Southern Conference with 
a total of twenty-two points. The team scorers 
in the Conference Championships were Bob Ellis, 
Phil Arberg, Jim Dick and Jim LoFrese. 

Senior Co-Captains Woody Caine and Lynn Die- 
vendorf led the team to a four-and-seven overall 
dual meet record which included a win over R.P.I. 
Due to lack of personnel, the grapplers were often 
forced to forfeit three matches in a dual meet. 
Woody Caine led the team with six pins for the 
season. Bob Ellis, "our best wrestler" according 
to Coach Dick Besnier, ended with a personal over- 
all record of I 1-3. Freshman Scott Curzi completed 
the season undefeated with a record of eight wins. 
Coach Besnier has five returning lettermen: Dick 
Randa, Bob Ellis, Jim Miela, Phil Arberg, and Sam 
Graham. The coach is also looking forward to 
the services of freshmen Bruce Riply, Pete Huley, 
Scott Curzi, and Ralph Lorenzo. 




Bob Ellis goes for the pin to add another win to his record. 




Take-down: Bob Ellis throws his opponent with a single leg sweep. 




Grappling with his Apprentice School opponent, Junior Bob Rich Randa, right, sophomore standout, maneuvers in the 

tins attempts a stack-up. opening minutes of his victory against Apprentice School. 



253 



Pete King swings too high as the ball speeds into the gloves of wicket keeper Tom Davis 




Tea Breaks, Matches on the Court House Green 




Once again William and Mary's Cricket Team spent 
its Saturdays and Sundays on the Court House 
Green playing other East Coast teams. Led by 
John Tudor and Harry Krauss, the self-coached 
team played matches with M.I.T., Harvard, the 
British Commonwealth Cricket Club, the Greens- 
boro, North Carolina Cricket Club, and the Mary- 
land State Cricket Club. Started in I960 by a 
Draper's scholar, the W & M team is strengthened 
by the addition of five English students, seniors 
Martin Burrough, Brian Clarke, Guy Temple, John 
Tudor and sophomore Mike King-Harmon. With 
most of its members back from last year's win- 
ning team, including seniors Ralph Hancewicz and 
Bob Audley, juniors Tom Davis and Jerry Jebo, 
and sophomores Bruce Kerr and Pete King, the 
team planned another successful season in William 
and Mary's only non-varsity sport. 



Star batsman Brian Clarke hits a splendid for- 
ward drive for a boundary. 

Pace Bowler Martin Burrough sends a fast ball 
down the pitch. 




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Pete King moves in as Martin Burrough leaps to take a catch. 



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Experienced Rifle Team Has Winning Season With 9-3-1 Record 



Combining experience with depth, William and 
Mary's Varsity Rifle Team improved tremendously 
in 1965-66. With five returning lettermen, the team, 
coached by Sgt. Louis Romero, had a 9-3-1 rec- 
ord and took sixth place at the Southern Confer- 
ence Tournament. High scoring and Club Champion 
honors were taken by Bob Kennedy, who led the 
team with a 289 out of 300. The high point of the 
season came in a match with Richmond which 
was paced by Co-Captains Bob Kennedy and Joe 
Turner. 




FRONT ROW: Co-Captains Bob Kennedy and Joe Turner. SECOND lard, Rick Babcock, Ron Botto. 

ROW: Sergeant Louis Romero — Coach, Stacy Garrett, Edgar Wil- 



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George Pearce beats the throw to third. 



Baseball Team Faces Season 
With Both Defense and Speed 

The I 966 William and Mary Baseball Squad put its 
emphasis on tight defense and speed during the 
season. Keynoting the Tribe's program of develop- 
ment for future seasons was the stress put on youth, 
with nine members of the twenty-man unit playing 
their first year of varsity competition. Coached by 
Athletic Director Lester Hooker, who returned to 
baseball this season after spending several years 
solely in administrative work, the squad played 
like it would move up the ladder in Southern Con- 
ference Baseball. 

The Tribe's pitching staff showed much potential 
both for this season and for future campaigns. Led 
by senior Keith Taylor, who posted the best mark 
last year, the pitching squad consisted of juniors 
Tom Niles and Tom Trautman, and sophomores John 
Medlin, Joe Power, and reliefer John King. 

Behind the plate the Tribe had two experienced 
catchers, Ken Williams and Rick Newman. The in- 
fielders, who all played heads-up defense, were 
veterans George Pearce, Bob Bradenham, and Bart 
Steib, and newcomers Jim Rama, Ben Womble, 
Bobby Wilner, and John Baen. In the outfield, re- 
turnees Pinky Henderson, Chuck Sievers, and Butch 
Dibling were backed-up by sophomores Tron Brekke 
and Bill Somers. 







FRONT ROW: George Pearce, Jim Rama, Butch Dibling, Ben Womble, 
Bob Bradenham, Bart Steib, John Medlin, Joe Power, Keith Taylor. 
SECOND ROW: Lester Hooker— Coach, Bill Somers, Pinky Henderson, 



Tom Niles, Ken Williams, Rick Newman, Chuck Siever 
John King. THIRD ROW: Stan Rothenberg. 



Tron Brekke, 



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Tribe Nine Aims for Move Up the Ladder 



DATE 




OPPONENT 


PLACE 


March 


21 


Bucknell 


Home 




23 


Boston University 


Home 




25 


Penn State 


Home 




26 


Penn State 


Home 




28 


Citadel (2) 


Away 




29 


University of Florida 


Away 




30 


University of Florida 


Away 




31 


Tampa 


Away 


April 


1 


Florida Southern 


Away 




2 


Florida Southern 


Away 




4 


East Carolina 


Away 




6 


Marietta of Ohio 


Home 




8 


VMI 


Away 




9 


VPI 


Away 




1 1 


George Washington (2) 


Home 




15 


Old Dominion College 


Home 




18 


V/est Virginia (2) 


Home 




23 


Richmond 


Home 




27 


Navy 


Away 




29 


Furman 


Home 




30 


VPI 


Home 


May 


3 


VMI 


Home 




7 


East Carolina 


Home 




9 


Davidson 


Home 




14 


Richmond 


Away 











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Reliefer John King cocks his arm to throw. 



258 



in Conference Action 




Joe Power eyes catcher Ken Williams for a sign. 



Pearce: safe on second! 




George Pearce smashes a hit through the infield. 



Keith Taylor takes his pre-game warm- 
ups. 



259 



Balance, Defense Provide Key to Freshman Baseball Campaign 



Under Coach Ed Jones, William and Mary's Frosh 
Baseball Team learned the meaning of the word 
hustle. Preparing for future seasons as varsity play- 
ers, the team went all out at every practice to get 
ready for its season. The squad's infield, which 
should provide some good varsity material, was 
particularly outstanding. 





Coach Jones hits infield practice while Jim Purtill covers As Rick O'Neil throws home, Jim Vergara, Fred Burke and 

the plate. John Daley wait for infield drill. 




FRONT ROW: Jack Driscoll, Kevin Davenport, Tim Austin, Jobn Daley, 
David Shackleford, Jim Purtill, Bob Knaupp, Hooker Boisseau. SECOND 
ROW: Mike Eberhardt, John Frece, Al Albert, Bill Bubsey, Rick O'Neil, 



Dick Shaeffer, Fred Burke, Mike Parker, Jim Vergara, Lou Tonelson, Ed 
Jones — Coach. 



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Jim Lowe, Tom Witty, Wally Bembenista, Bob Blair, Mike Kutner— Coach, Guy Temple, Ron Boykin, Scott Hershey, Jim Mos 



Led by Hershey, Tennis Team Gains Winning Record for Year 



Coach Mike Kutner's Varsity Tennis Squad was one 
of the best in William and Mary's history. Led by 
senior Scott Hershey, the top six players (four 
seniors and two sophomores) opened the season 
well and ended with a winning record as one of the 
best tennis teams in the Southern Conference. 



The number-one man, Scott Hershey, smashes a serve over 
the net. 



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Guy Temple, the number-two man, in a forehand volley. 
Coach Mike Kutner checks Jim Moss on the forehand. 




261 



Track Team Meets Strongest Opponents in School History 




John Markland passes to John Lampe in the 440-yard relay. 



This year's Track Team was one of the strongest 
teams ever fielded by William and Mary. The squad 
completed the Indoor season with only one defeat 
to a strong Navy team and then gained the State 
and Conference Indoor Titles. Outdoors the Indians 
demonstrated William and Mary track superiority 
with strong showings in the American University 
Relays, the Penn Relays, and the Colonial Relays. 
With outstanding performers in every event and 
the depth that previous teams lacked, the Indians 
were the top contender for the State and Con- 
ference Championships. 



Conference Champion and W&M record holder Jim Jancaitis 
straddle-rolls over the bar. 



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State and Conference Champion John Prentice State Champion shot-putter Rodger Bates gets set to throw, 

strains for extra distance in the broad jump. 




Rodger McKain and Rich Olsen run through the quarter on the way to a half mile. 



Record holder Marshall Stone pre- 
pares to jump. 



263 



Golf Team Emphasizes Depth to Become a Conference Favorite 



966 saw William and Mary's Golf Team become 
one of the contenders for the Southern Conference 
crown. Led by Dave Stewart and coached by Joe 
Agee, the well-balanced squad racked up a 6-1 
record on its Florida trip to highlight the best Indian 
golf season in recent years. 




Joe Agee coaches Rick Tomlinson on proper putting techniques. 



John Kyle shows his technique with a 5 iron to Bill Binr 
Carl Christensen, and Terry Stokes. 



264 




Varied Intramural Program 
Allows for Year 'Round Sports 

The 1965-66 Men's Intramural season was marked 
by the hottest competition in many years. The end 
of football competition saw Lambda Chi with an 
I 1-0 record and the Intramural Crown. PiKA moved 
to the Intramural Championship in basketball. The 
other individual and team sports included by Intra- 
mural Director Ed Jones were badminton, bowling, 
free throws, golf, handball, horseshoes, softball, 
swimming, tennis, track and field, volleyball, and 
wrestling. The action for the fraternity overall Intra- 
mural Crown was dominated by PiKA, Lambda Chi, 
and Sig Ep. 



And this is touch football? 




Prelude — to action. 



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Night or Day, on the Playing Fields of William 




A good start is the most important part of a race. 




Team bowling requires individual concentration, 




Ecch, too much vermouth. 



Intramural tennis — fast action across the 



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sometimes good bowling. 



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Who says football is the only "contact" sport? 



267 




Karate on the courts. 



268 



Women's Intramurals Offer 
Broad Program to All Coeds 

Women's Intramurals for 1965-66 started with swim- 
ming, followed by tennis and hockey. Second se- 
mester, volleyball, basketball, free throw, and bowl- 
ing completed the year's program. Gamma Phi 
placed first in swimming, hockey, and volleyball and 
was well on the way to winning the intramural trophy. 





Strike two. 



Cross your fingers. 




Off to the races. 



269 



Coed Athletes Challenge Youth Fitness Myth 




'Once upon a time 



Where's the ball? 



270 



Enthusiasm Marks Season for Youthful Women's Tennis Squad 




FRONT ROW: Ruth Mayo, Linda Beazley, Judy Banks, Diane Brown, 
Helen Rhea, Louise Givens, Donnie Chancellor, Joyce M. Johnson. 
SECOND ROW: Louise Taylor, Jackie Mitchell, Linda Arnett, Nora 



Morsch, Logan Tripson, Carol Covell, Mary Neurnberger, Pat Cullen 
Susan Crawford. 



Mary Neurnberger takes a serve in back court while Donnie 
Chancellor plays the net. 



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Louise Givens smashes a serve over the net. 



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The 3-4-1 record of the William and Mary Women's 
Hockey Team is not indicative of the skill of the 
team, which faced one of the most difficult sea- 
sons in its history. More indicative of the calibre 
of the team, coached by Miss Caroline Hauserman, 
is the fact that seven girls were chosen for the 
All-College Team of Virginia, with Mary Hum, Jo 
Carol Sale, and Pat Foster being placed on the 
Tidewater Team, and Pat Foster being named to 
the first All-Southeastern Team. 




FRONT ROW: Clevle Youngblood, Liz Ramsey, KiHy Johnson, Jean 
Elliott, Pat Cullen, Jane DeFrees. SECOND ROW: Caroline Hausser- 
man — Coach, Jean Lusardl, Linda Vacca, Helen Rhea, Deedee Helfrish, 
Bobby Grove, Jo Carol Sale, Pat Gill, Sally Christian. THIRD ROW: 
Pat Foster, Mary Hum, Susan Baskerville, Marjorle Rankin, Linda Stlclcel, 
Cheryl Griffiths, Sharon Miller, Suzanne Bolton, Nancy West, Bruce 
Edel — Captain. 




Miss Hausserman explains some fine points of the game 
to Helen Rhea. 



Seven on Women's Hockey Team Named to Post-Season Squads 





A center bully begins a home hockey match. 



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Women's Basketball Squad Shows Standouts for Future Seasons 




FRONT ROW: Clevie Youngblood, Jean Lusardi— Co-Captain, Mar-c 
Milona— Co-Captain, Bobbi Grove, Deedee Helfrich. SECOND ROW: 
Patricia Crowe— Coach, Jean Elliott, Pat Cullen, Ruth Johnson, Lynn 
McLeod, Patricia Frazier, Kay Barrett, Linda Sheffield. THIRD ROW: 



Al Shepard, Carolyn Sterling, Jennie Seal, Sallie Stemple, Sue Coxing- 
ton, Mary Clare Fitzgerald, Judy McGehee, Vivian Harris, Ellen Spence, 
Sallie Daggett. 



The 1965-66 William and Mary Women's Basketball 
Squad, under the direction of Patricia Crowe, was 
a frustrated team. Despite many fine individual per- 
formers, such as Jean Lusardi, Kay Barrett, Clevie 
Youngblood, and Lynn McLeod, it could not get 




started until the second half of every game and 
posted only a one and six record. With only three 
players graduating, prospects are bright for the 
future. 



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Pat Cullen (4), Jean Elliott (3), and Kay Barrett (12) set 
up the William and Mary offense. 

The squad takes a time-out to plan strategy. 



273 



Facing the toughest schedule in its history, the 
William and Mary Women's Swimming Team con- 
tinued its undefeated record for the second straight 
season. Led by undefeated sophomores Suzanne 
Bolton and Becki McColpin, the squad out-scored 
each opponent by at least twenty points in dual 
meet competition. Other standout performers on 
the predominantly underclass squad were Gail Lit- 
tle-field, Laurie Roberts, Tricia Hiegal, and Linda 
Freeman. The season was climaxed by a lopsided 
victory in the state Six-Way Championship. 




Linda Freeman, trash swimmer, shows her perfect diving 
form. 




Becki McColpin, undefeated backstroker, pulls away. 



William and Mary's Women Swimmers Post Perfect Record 




FRONT ROW: Laurie Roberts, Becki McColpin— Co-Captain, Suzanne 
Bolton— Co-Captain, Diane Rawl. SECOND ROW: Tricia Hooker, Gail 



Littlefield, Lou Cooper, Trish Hiegel, Linda Haase, Linda Freeman. 



274 



Women's Varsity Lacrosse Team Looks for Winning Campaign 




FRONT ROW: Jean Weber, Marjorie Rankin, Kay Rodgers, Jean 
Elliott, Bruce Edel, Nancy Combs, Patricia Crowe — Coach. SECOND 
ROW: Jane Morrissey, Jane Defrees, Martha Geary, Susan Beville, 



With thirty-five women out for the Lacrosse Team, 
William and Mary looked for great improvement 
over last season. Coached by Miss Patricia Crowe, 
the squad hoped to combine the experience of the 
ten returning players with the enthusiasm of the 
frosh to produce a winning season from the eight 
game campaign, which included Sweet Briar and 
Hollins. 





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Nancy Larson, Susan Mallory, Kay Barnett, Sue Knopf, Pat Foster, Carol 
Smith, Ellen Spence. 



Bruce Edel and Jean Webster execute the draw to start 
a William and Mary Lacrosse practice session. 




Jean Weber intercepts Bruce Edel's pass. 



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Successful Season in 

Under the direction of President Bruce Edel, the 
Women's Athletic Association continued to plan 
the women's athletic activities in 1965-66. The joint 
board of the WAA, headed by Elenor Corbett and 
composed of Mildred Barrett, Evangeline Davis, 
Gladys Baker, Patricia Crowe, Martha Barksdale, 
Kathy Green, Bruce Edel, Jean Lusardi, Laine Ban- 
nerman, and Kay Rodgers, organized the intramural 
program and planned the schedule of the varsity 
and freshman athletic teams. 

The WAA's intramural program was a great suc- 
cess, bringing competition on the sorority and dorm 
level as well as on an individual basis. At the begin- 
ning of the year, the Gamma Phi's quickly showed 
their athletic ability, capturing -first places in hock- 
ey, swimming, and volleyball, as well as a fourth 
in tennis on their way to the WAA Championship. 



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Faculty Advisors to the WAA — Mildred Barrett — Treasurer, Gladys 
Baler — Assistant Dean of Women, Martha Barksdale, Patricia Crowe, 
Elenor Corbett — Chairman of the WAA Joint Committee. 



Jean Lusardi, high scorer on the basketball team, drives down 
the court. 



276 



Women's Intramurals Planned and Run by W.A.A. 




Intramural Managers Board— FRONT ROW: Laurie Roberts, Jean OND ROW: Marjorie Rankin, Kay Rodgers, Laurie Richardson, Gail 

Swink, Kitty Johnson, Joan Lowry, Sharon Gary, Nancy West. SEC- Littlefield, Jody Baumgaertel, Jean Elliott, Linda Sheffield. 




WAA Officers— Kathy Green— Pcint Recorder, Bruce 
Edel — President, Jean Lusardi — Secretary, Laine Banner- 
man — Student Head of Intramurals, Kay Rodgers — Sec- 
retary of Managers. 



Intramurals Representatives— FRONT ROW: Kitty Johnson, Joan Lowry, Cottie Kerr, Nancy 
West. SECOND ROW: Judy Philpott, Carter Douglas, Mary Morden. 



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CLASSES 





We are a large massed 
entity, composed of sep- 
arate parts. Each of us 
has his own ideas, plans, 
wishes, and desires. To- 
gether we are a genera- 
tion strong and active. 





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The Class of 1966 entered en- 
thusiastically into life at William 
and Mary in its freshman year, 
and by 1965-66 was capable of 
effectively handling positions of 
school leadership. Their senior 
year was one of diligent study, 
job applications, graduate record 
exams, and the final enjoyment of 
warm college friendships. In their 
four years at the College the 
members of the Class of 1966 
were able to observe their own 
academic growth as well as the 
school's rapid development and 
expansion. 



PRESIDENT— Walter Wenk 
VICE-PRES.— Bill Harris 
SEC.-TREAS.— Sail Williams 
HISTORIAN— Gail Morgan 



SENIOR 



ACREE, WILLIAM O., Miller's Tavern. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Kappa Alpha. 



ADAMS, ALICE CAROL, Richmond. A.B., Elementary 

Education. 




SEATED: Gail Morgan, Gail Williams. STAND- 
ING: Bill Harris, Walter Wenk. 




ADAMS, PATRICIA, Charlottesville. A.B., English; Delta 
Delta Delta — Vice-Pres.; Orientation Sponsor; Orchesis. 




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AKENS, EMMA D., Glen Burnie, Maryland. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Young Republicans; Baptist Student 
Union. 




ALEXANDER, ERWIN McDOWELL, Lenoir, North Caro- 
lina. A.B., Business Administration; Group Leader; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment — Vice-Pres.; Young Democrats; Freshman Foot- 
ball. 




CLASS 




ALEXANDER, PATRICIA ANN, Fork Union. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Phi Mu — House President; Women's 
Dormitory Association. 

ALLARD, PAUL F., Falls Church. A.B., Government; 
Young Democrats; Spanish Club; Political Science 
Forum; Newman Club — Student Religious Union Rep- 
resentative, Treasurer. 

ALLEN, CORNELIA, Jackson. Mississippi. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Kappa Alpha Theta — Pledge Class President, 
Social Chairman, Skit Chairman; Backdrop Club; William 
and Mary Theatre. 



ALLEN, MARILYN FAYE, Ladysmith. A.B., English; 
Colonial Echo; Baptist Student Union. 
ALLISON, ELLEN BARR, Draper. A.B., History; Phi 
Mu— Social Chairman; Panhellenic Council; Flat Hat. 
ALPHIN, GEORGE R., Arlington. A.B., Mathematics. 



AMAN, CYRUS W., JR., Bon Air. A.B., Physical Educa- 
tion; Westminster Fellowship; Intramurals. 
ANDERSON, ROBERT HILTON, Falls Church. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Sigma Phi Epsilon — Service Chairman, Diners 
Chairman; Group Leader: Freshman Basketball; Intra- 
murals. 

ANDERSON, WILLIAM MORRIS, JR., Richmond. B.S., 
Biology; Kappa Alpha — Historian; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; Wrestling. 



ANNON, ALICE V., Alberta. A.B., Education; Chi 
Omega — Social Chairman; Colonial Echo; Spanish Club; 
Intramurals. 

ANTHONY, WILLIAM H., North Andover, Massachu- 
setts. A.B., English; ROTC. 

AREY, LINDA LUGENIA, Danville. A.B., Elementary 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta — Courtesy Chairman; 
Orientation Sponsor; Student Education Association; 
Young Republicans; Newman Club; Greek Weekend 
Court '64. 



ARMENTROUT, JAMES WILLIAM, JR., Norfolk. A.B., 
Economics; Sigma Pi — Secretary; Student Association — 
President; Men's Honor Council— Secretary; Chief Pres- 
ident's Aide; General Cooperative Committee; Student 
Activities Fee Committee; Omicron Delta Kappa; Eco- 
nomics Club; Intramurals. 

ARNOLD, CHARLES JEFFERY, Winter Park, Florida. 
A.B., Fine Arts; Kappa Alpha — Secretary; Student As- 
sociation: Interfraternity Council; Group Leader; Scab- 
bard and Blade; Eta Sigma Phi; Colonial Echo; William 
and Mary Review; ROTC Battalion Commander; Young 
Republicans; Wesley Foundation; Intramurals; Dis- 
tinguished Military Student. 

ATKINSON, KAREN LEE, Newport News. A.B., His- 
tory; Orientation Sponsor. 



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SENIOR 




Buchanan. A.B., Physical 
-Historian; Flat Hat; Wil- 
Physical Education Majors 






BABER, MAUREEN E., 
Education; Pi Beta Phi- 
liam and Mary Theatre; 
Club; Intramurals. 

BAKER, MARY SHERMAN, Arlington. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Pi Beta Phi; Kappa Delta Pi — Membership 
Chairman. 

BAKER, THOMAS WARREN, Westport, Connecti- 
cut. A.B., English; Theta Alpha Phi— President; 
Backdrop Club; William and Mary Theatre; New- 
man Club. 



BALDWIN, DAVID GLADDING, Belmont, Massa- 
chusetts. A.B., History. 

BALDWIN, WILLIAM C, Honaker. A.B., History; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Baptist Student Union — Vice- 
Pres.; Student Religious Union — President; Merit 
Scholarship. 

BANNERMAN, ELAINE, McLean. A.B., History; 
Kappa Alpha Theta — Vice-Pres., Editor; Orientation 
Sponsor; Student Association; Mortar Board — 
Editor; Colonial Echo; William and Mary Theatre; 
Intramurals — Student Head; Canterbury Club; La- 
crosse; Hockey. 



BAPTIST, EDWARD WOODSON, Jarratt. B.S., 
Biology; Phi Beta Kappa; Biology Club; Christian 
Fellowship. 

BARNES, CHARLENE ANNE, Burke. A.B., English; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Flat Hat; Sailing Club; 
Christian Fellowship; Transfer from Monmouth 
College. 

BARWICK, DELHA HERRICK, Williamsburg. A.B., 
History; Band; Abelian Society — Executive Com- 
mittee; Kitchen Cabinet Series; Philosophy Club. 



BARY, VICTOR A., Fair Lawn, New Jersey. A.B., 
English; French Club; Debating Society; Keplar. 
BATES, RODGER ALAN, Hillsdale, New Jersey. 
A.B., Sociology; Colonial Echo; ROTC; Freshman 
and Varsity Football; Indoor and Outdoor Track; 
State and Conference Indoor and Outdoor Shotput 
Champion. 

BEALES, WALTER RANDOLPH, III, Boydton. A.B., 
History. 



BEASLEY, JANET LESLEY, Annandale. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Chi Omega — Historian; Trans- 
fer from Averett Junior College. 
BECKER, JAMES MONROE, Falls Church. A.B.. 
Philosophy; William and Mary Review; Circle K 
Club; William and Mary Choir; Wesley Foundation 
— President; Intramurals. 

BEEBE, MATTHEW ROGER, Lexington. A.B., Ge- 
ology; Phi Kappa Tau — Parliamentarian, Sergeant- 
at-Arms; Sailing Association — Treasurer, Commo- 
dore; Geology Cluti — Vice-Pres.; Queen's Guard. 




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CLASS 




BEMBENISTA, WALTER J., Buffalo, New York. 
A.B., Economics; Phi Kappa Tau — Vice-Pres., Pledge 
Class President; Choir; ROTC; Tennis; Intramurals. 
BENEDICT, JOHN ALLEN, Culver, Indiana. A.B., 
Economics; Lambda Chi Alpha — House Manager, 
Treasurer; Intramurals. 

BERGHAUS, WILLIAM C. B., Chatham, New 
Jersey. A.B., English; Theta Delta Chi— Treasurer; 
ROTC— Executive Officer; Intramurals. 



BERNSTEIN, PAUL JEFFREY, Milford, Connecticut. 
A.B., History; Pi Lambda Phi; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; Men's Honor Council — Chairman; Group 
Leader; President's Aide; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Colonial Echo — 
Sports Editor; Varsity Track; Varsity Cross Country; 
Intramurals; Merit Scholar. 

BEYER, MARY F. CARTER, Williamsburg. A.B., 
Ancient Languages; Eta Sigma Phi; Student Edu- 
cation Association; Wesley Foundation. 
BISHOP, FLORENCE PARLETT, Chesapeake. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Kappa Delta — Chaplain; 
Kappa Delta Pi — Secretary; Chorus; Student Edu- 
cation Association — Vice-Pres.; Wesley Foundation; 
Christian Fellowship. 



BLAND, WILLIAM ROBERT, Bethesda, Maryland. 
A.B., English; Sigma Nu — Reporter; Group Leader; 
Flat Hat — Sports Editor; Intramurals. 
BLANDFORD, MARY FLORENCE, Newport News. 
A.B., French; Theta Alpha Phi— Historian, Secre- 
tary; William and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club — 
Business Manager; French Club; Wesley Founda- 
tion. 

BLEKICKI, THOMAS WALTER, Reading, Penn- 
sylvania. A.B., Physical Education; Kappa Sigma — 
Secretary; Newman Club; Freshman Football; 
Track; Intramurals. 



BLUMENTHAL, DAVID ALAN, Norfolk. B.S., Phys- 
ics; Sigma Pi Sigma; Sailing Association; American 
Institute of Physics; Balfour-Hillel Club— Chaplain, 
President; George Blow Merit Scholar; Phi Beta 
Kappa. 

BLY, LEON J., Heathsville. A.B., Music Education; 
Phi Mu Alpha— Treasurer; Band; Queen's Guard; 
Newman Club. 

BOERTZEL, HARRY MASON, Arlington. A.B., 
English; Young Democrats; Freshman Swimming 
Team; Intramurals. 



BOGAN, ADDISON CHARLES, Gate City. A.B., 
Psychology; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Psychology Club. 

BONSAL, DAVID, New Cumberland, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Philosophy; Alpha Phi Omega; Philosophy 
Club; Political Science Forum. 
BOONE, WILLIAM RALPH, Hopewell. B.S., Bi- 
ology. 





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BOREN, DOROTHY DEE, Fort Worth, Texas. B.S.. 
Biology: Alpha Chi Omega — Rush Chairman; Orienta- 
tion Sponsor; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo — Features Editor: 
Circle K Sweetheart; Sigma Nu Sweetheart; Biology 
Club — Secretary, President; National Audubon Society — 
Student Chairman: National Science Foundation Under- 
graduate Research Grant; Greek Weekend Court. 
BORLESKE, FRANK EMORY, West Friendship, Mary- 
land. B.S., Mathematics; Kappa Delta Pi; Abelian So- 
ciety. 

BOWDREN, JAMES F., West Newbury, Massachusetts. 
A.B., Economics: Phi Kappa Tau — Sergeant-at-Arms; 
Economics Club: Newman Club. 



BOYSEN, CAROL ANN, Arlington. A.B., Psychology 
Chi Omega; Panhellenic Council; Student Association 
Orientation Sponsor; Orchesis; Freshman Cheerleader 
Newman Club; Miss William and Mary Finalist; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon Sweetheart. 

BRADLEY, ELIZABETH C, Georgetown, Kentucky. A.B., 
English: Alpha Chi Omega — Social Chairman; Colonial 
Echo; Chorus; William and Mary Theatre; French Club. 
BRADSHAW, JAMES LEROY, Blackstone. B.S., Biology; 
Circle K Club; Biology Club— Vice-Pres.; Band; Queen's 
Guard; Baptist Student Union. 



BRAND, SUSAN DONNA, Arlington. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Kappa Delta — Reference Chairman; Pi Delta 
Phi; Colonial Echo; Committee on Arts and Lectures — 
Secretary; French Club; Orchesis; Intramurals. 
BREEDEN, JAMES CALVIN, Charlottesville. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Kappa Sigma — Treasurer; Student Association; 
Interfraternity Council — President, Treasurer; President's 
Aide; Group Leader; Dormitory Council; Dormitory 
Manager; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Beta Kappa; Omi- 
cron Delta Kappa Outstanding Sophomore Award. 
BRENNAN, MARY KATHRYN, Rocky Mount, North 
Carolina. A.B., Elementary Education; Kappa Delta — 
President; Colonial Echo; Choir; Student Education As- 
sociation. 




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BREWER, MARIE-CELESTE, Springfield. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo; William and Mary 
Theatre; Newman Club. 

BRILEY, MARY FRANCES H., Newport News. A.B.. Ele- 
mentary Education. 

BRODIE, GLENN THOMAS, Vienna. B.S., Physical 
Education; Sigma Nu — Vice-Pres., Secretary; Group 
Leader; Physical Education Majors Club — President, 
Vice-Pres.; Varsity Football. 



BROWN, ARTHUR HENRY, III, Lynchburg. A.B., 
Philosophy; Sigma Phi Epsilon — Chaplain; Student 
Association; Summer School Honor Council; Sopho- 
more Class Vice-Pres.; Colonial Echo; Interfraternity 
Council; Group Leader; Varsity Football; Freshman 
Football; Intramurals. 

BROWN, MARY CATHERINE, Newport News. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Dormitory Council; Colonial 
Echo; Chorus; Student Education Association; Wesley 
Foundation — Vice-Pres.; Student Religious Union — 
Secretary. 

BROWNE, THOMAS C, Williamsburg. B.S., Physics; 
Phi Kappa Tau— Secretary; ROTC and Freshman Rifle 
Teams. 



BUCCI, MICHAEL A., New Castle, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
Physical Education; Sigma Nu; Physical Education 
Majors Club; Varsity Football. 

BUCCINO, ANTHONY JOHN, Newark, New Jersey. 
A.B., Physical Education; Sigma Nu— Vice-Pres.; Fresh- 
man and Varsity Football. 

BUCHANAN, ANN REBECCA, Williamsburg. A.B., 
English; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo; Young Democrats; 
Student Education Association; Christian Fellowship; 
Baptist Student Union. 



BUCHANAN, CAMILLA MARIE, Roanoke. B.S., Chem- 
istry; Kappa Alpha Theta — Recommendations Chair- 
man; Panhellenic Council; Women's Honor Council — 
Vice-Chairman, Secretary; Ludwell House President; 
Orientation Sponsor; Mortar Board — Vice-Pres.; Pres- 
ident's Aide; William and Mary Review; Chemistry 
Club; Newman Club; Hockey; Basketball; Lacrosse; 
Outstanding Sophomore Woman Award. 
BUFFINGTON, STEVEN, Bluefield. West Virginia. A.B., 
Sociology; Kappa Sigma — Pledge Trainer, House Man- 
ager: Interfraternity Council; Young Republicans; In- 
tramurals. 

BURBAGE, ROGER T., Portsmouth. A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration; Sigma Pi — Vice-Pres.; Student Association; 
Freshman Class Vice-Pres.; Junior Class President; 
President's Aide; Interfraternity Council; Group Leader: 
Accounting Club; Intramurals, Omicron Delta Kappa. 



BURNS, ROLLIN L, JR., Cheverly, Maryland. A.B., 

Economics; Phi Kappa Tau — Treasurer; Interfraternity 

Council; Intramurals. 

BURROUGH, JAMES MARTIN, Cheltenham. England. 

A.B., Sociology; William and Mary Review; Canterbury 

Club. 

BURT, CARY FLOWERS, Newport News. A.B., English; 

Transfer from Duke University. 



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SENIOR 







CAHOON, CHESTER JAMES, JR., Chesapeake. 
A.B., Government: Baptist Student Union; Intra- 
murals. 



CAINE, BRUCE THEODORE, Garden City, New 
York. B.S., Biology; Queen's Guard— Drill Team 
Commander; Varsity Wrestling; Varsity Track. 



CAMP, JEFFREY CALLAND, Burke. A.B., Philos- 
ophy; Theta Delta Chi — Corresponding Secretary; 
Group Leader; Committee on Concerts and Lec- 
tures; Student Religious Union — President; Can- 
terbury Club — President, Treasurer; Freshman 
Track. 

CAMPBELL, BRUCE, Brooklandville, Maryland. 
A.B., Physical Education; Physical Education 
Majors Club. 

CARMODY, KATHERINE M., Falls Church. A.B., 
History; Alpha Chi Omega — Recommendations 
Chairman; Flat Hat; Young Democrats; Newman 
Club. 



CARR, KATHLEEN MEGAN, Newport, Rhode 
Island. A.B., History; Gamma Phi Beta — Scholar- 
ship Chairman, Vice-Pres.; Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Delta Phi; Theta Alpha Phi; 
WCWM; William and Mary Review; Theatre Box 
Office — Chairman; Orientation Sponsor; Newman 
Club— President; Merit Scholarship. 
CARTER, JULIET MASON, Hume. A.B., History 
and English; William and Mary Theatre; Student 
Education Association; Pep Club; Intramurals; 
Canterbury Club— Secretary. 

CAVE, DONALD HUGH, Warwick, Rhode Island. 
A.B., English; Student Association; Group Leader; 
Dormitory Council — President; Debate Council; 
Canterbury Club; Varsity Swimming Team — -Cap- 
tain ; Intramurals. 



CERVI, GENE F., Yorktown. B.S., Mathematics; 
Flat Hat; Intramurals. 

CHAMBERS, JAMES ROSS, Williamsburg. B.S., 
Biology; Lambda Chi Alpha; Intramurals; Captain 
of ROTC and Varsity Rifle Teams. 
CHAMBERS, RONALD DEAN, Lebanon, Indiana. 
A.B., History; Kappa Sigma; Group Leader; Var- 
sity Golf; Varsity Basketball Student Trainer: In- 
tramurals. 




A friendly across-the-table debate adds to the 
merriment at the seniors' fall picnic at Matoaka. 




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CLASS 





CHAPMAN, THOMAS HOWARD, Chester, Ver- 
mont. A.B., Sociology; Sigma Pi — Scholarship 
Chairman; Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Flat 
Hat; Intramurals. 

CHAPPELL, MELROSE DEBNAM, Virginia Beach. 
B.S., Mathematics; Flat Hat; Orientation Sponsor. 



CHEATHAM, MARGUERITE JOY, Fairfax. A.B., 
French; Alpha Chi Omega — Social Chairman, 
President; Panhellenic Council; Orientation Spon- 
sor; French Club; Student Education Association; 
Intramurals. 

CHOCKLETT, GARY, Lynchburg. B.S., Physics; 
Sigma Phi Epsilon— Pledge Trainer; Omicron Delta 
Kappa; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo; American In- 
stitute of Physics: Student Association; Summer 
School Honor Council; President's Aide; Dormi- 
tory Council; Group Leader; Intramurals; Sopho- 
more Class President. 



CHRIST, THOMAS WARREN, Bethesda, Maryland. 
A.B., Sociology. 

CHRISTIAN, SALLY ANN, Jenkintown, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Elementary Education; Student Edu- 
cation Association; Hockey. 

CLAPP, ROBERT EARLE, III, Frederick, Maryland. 
A.B., History; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Dormitory Coun- 
cil; Student Association; Intramurals. 



CLARKE, BRIAN M. N., Colchester, Essex, Eng- 
land. A.B., Sociology; Band; Canterbury Club. 
COLE, CHARLES PETER, Battle Creek, Michigan. 
A.B., Philosophy. 

COLE, FRANCES ANN, Richmond. A.B., English; 
Gamma Phi Beta — Parliamentarian, Historian; 
Orientation Sponsor; Pi Delta Phi; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Pi Delta Epsilon; William and Mary Review — 
Editor; Student Publications Committee; Student 
Activities Fee Committee; Chorus; Phi Beta Kappa. 



COLE, JOHN FRANK, Athens, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
Business Administration; Dormitory Council — Pres- 
ident; Dormitory Manager; Alpha Phi Omega — 
President, Vice-Pres.; Keplar— Vice-Pres.; Choir- 
President; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Young Republicans — Parliamentarian, 
Vice-Pres. 

COMBS, LINDA CAROL, Roanoke. A.B., Modern 
Languages; Delta Delta Delta — House President; 
Women's Dormitory Association; Dormitory Coun- 
cil; Colonial Echo; Pep Club; Biology Club: Ger- 
man Club; Intramurals. 

COMBS, NANCY COVINGTON, Lexington, Ken- 
tucky. A.B., History; Gamma Phi Beta — President; 
Honor Council; Orientation Sponsor; President's 
Aide; Mortar Board— President ; Theta Alpha Phi 
— Secretary; William and Mary Theatre: Backdrop 
Club; Intramurals; Lacrosse. 



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237 



SENIOR 




CONN, MARGARET, Arlington. A.B., Sociology; 
Pi Beta Phi — Treasurer; Orientation Sponsor; Flat 
Hat; Intramurals. 

CONRAD, ROBERT W., Wappingers Falls, New 
York. A.B., Sociology and Anthropology; Newman 
Club; Research Assistant — Dept. of Sociology and 
Anthropology. 

COOKE, FLETCHER ALVIN, Hopewell. A.B., Phi- 
losophy. 



CORBELL, CHERYL, Roanoke. B.S., Biology; 
Gamma Phi Beta— House President; Student Edu- 
cation Association; Baptist Student Union — Sec- 
retary, Publicity Chairman, Missions Chairman; 
Intramurals. 

CORNETTE, JAMES A., JR., Newport News. A.B., 
Philosophy; Transfer from Christopher Newport 
College; Phi Beta Kappa; William and Mary 
Review; William and Mary Choir; Intramurals. 
COTTRELL, KAREN, Richmond. A.B., History; 
Chi Omega— House President; Flat Hat; Student 
Education Association; Young Democrats; Wom- 
en's Dormitory Association; Newman Club: Intra- 
murals. 



COURT, LAWRANCE M., Williamsburg. A.B.. 
Government; Phi Kappa Tau — Social Chairman; 
Young Republicans; Intramurals. 
COX.VERNA ANNE, Independence. A.B., Sociology 
and Anthropology; Pi Tau Chi — President; Colonial 
Echo — Class Editor; Flat Hat; Wesley Foundation 
— Secretary; Wesley Choir; Intramurals. 
CRIfCHFIELD^' STEPHEN K., Atlanta, Georgia. 
A.B., Psychology; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Psychology 
Club; Intramurals. 



CRONIN, DAVID, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., English; Pi Lambda Phi. 

CROSS, THOMAS RAYMOND, JR., Oslo, Nor- 
way. A.B., Business; Young Republicans; Queen's 
Guard; Sailing Association; Flat Hat; Intramurals. 
CUBBAGE, JOHN CARTER, Silver Spring, Mary- 
land. A.B., History; Debate Council; Political 
Science Forum; Young Republicans; Yates Dormi- 
tory President; Freshman Swimming. 



CULLEN, THOMAS PHILLIP, Arlington. A.B., 
Economics; Colonial Echo; Flat Hat; Economics 
Club; French Club; Newman Club. 
CURRIE, DOROTHY ANNE, McLean. A.B., Edu- 
cation; Alpha Chi Omega — House Treasurer. 
CURRIER, PAUL A., Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Government; Intramurals. 






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CLASS 




CURTIS, TIMOTHY JAMES, Western Springs, 
Illinois. A.B., Psychology; Sigma Pi— Pledge 
Trainer; Group Leader; Psychology Club; Intra- 



DAFFRON, SUE ELLEN, Richmond. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Phi Mu — Standards Chairman; Psychology 
Club; Newman Club — Secretary, Vice-Pres 




Circle K member Bill Scott adds a professional 
touch as he adjusts Gail Williams' mortar board. 




DAINER, MICHAEL JEFFREY, Union, New Jersey. 
B.S., Biology; Theta Delta Chi; Sailing Associa- 
tion; Band; Freshman Rifle Team. 
DAUER, KEITH NEWCOMB, Clinton, Connecticut. 
A.B., History; Pi Kappa Alpha — Executive Council, 
House Manager; Freshman Baseball; Varsity Base- 
ball. 

DAVIS, HENRY ADAMS, JR., Roanoke. A.B., 
Business Administration; Intramurals. 



DAVIS, JACQUELINE, Woodstock. A.B.. English; 
Student Education Association. 

DAVIS, JAMES BRUCE, Vienna. B.S., Physics; Stu- 
dent Association; Sigma Pi Sigma; Circle K Club; 
Wesley Foundation; Merit Scholar; Phi Beta Kappa. 
DIAMOND, RICHARD JACOB, Churchville. A.B., 
History. 



DIBLING, WILBURN C, JR., East Brunswick, New 
Jersey. A.B., Government; Sigma Nu; Colonial 
Echo; Young Republicans; Political Science Forum; 
Freshman Baseball: Varsity Baseball; Intramurals. 
DICK, JAMES WILLARD, Phillipsburg, New Jersey. 
A.B., Physical Education; Sigma Nu; Football — 
Co-Captain 1965. 

DICKINSON, ANNE MORELAND, Hampton. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Gamma Phi Beta — Crescent 
Correspondent; Student Education Association. 




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DICKINSON, PATSY M., Mineral. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Phi Mu — Social Chairman, Parliamentarian; 
Panhellenic Council — President; Young Republicans; 
Student Association; General Cooperative Com- 
mittee; Baptist Student Union. 
DIEVENDORF, LYNN ALLEN, Gouverneur, New 
York. B.S., Biology; Sigma Pi; Newman Club; 
Wrestling; Intramurals. 

DIXSON, LEE, Silver Spring, Maryland. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Sigma Phi Epsilon — Athletic Chairman, 
Secretary; Group Leader; Golf. 



DOBBS, LESLIE CLYDE, Clifton Forge. A.B., Sec- 
ondary Education; Circle K Club; Student Educa- 
tion Association; Canterbury Club. 
DODD, GERALD WAYNE, Halifax. A.B., Business 
Administration; Sigma Phi Epsilon — Controller; 
Accounting Club; Intramurals. 

DOERRIES, LEE ERWIN, Fair Haven, New Jersey. 
A.B., Psychology; Pi Lambda Phi— Rush Chairman; 
Flat Hat — Circulation Manager; Psychology Club; 
Group Leader. 



DONOVAN, MILES L., Weymouth, Massachusetts. 
B.S., Biology; Student Association; Group Leader; 
Colonial Echo; Young Democrats; Sailing Associa- 
tion; Newman Club; Intramurals. 
DOSIER, LARRY WADDELL, Richmond. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Biology Club; Pep Club. 
DOUGLAS, HUGH BENTON, JR., Hopewell. B.S., 
Chemistry; Dormitory Manager; Chemistry Club; 
Robert L. Green Chemistry Scholarship. 



DOWNING, MARY ELLEN. Waynesboro. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Chi Omega — Recommenda- 
tions Chairman; Orientation Sponsor; Colonial 
Echo; Student Education Association. 
DREW, JOHN A., Metuchen, New Jersey. A.B., 
Business-Management; Pi Kappa Alpha; Intra- 
murals. 

DRINARD, CAROLYN ELSIE, Richmond. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma — 
Assistant Recommendations Chairman; Panhellenic 
Council; Student Education Association — President; 
Chorus— Vice-Pres.; Intramurals. 



DRUMMOND, SHERRI, Cleveland, Ohio. A.B.. 
Elementary Education; Chi Omega — Personnel 
Chairman; Orientation Sponsor; Chorus; Student 
Education Association; Intramurals; Wesley Founda- 
tion. 

DRYDEN, JAMES SPENCER, JR., Bethesda, Mary- 
land. B.S., Biology; Pi Lambda Phi — Corresponding 
Secretary; Biology Club. 

DUBAY, CHARLES IRVING, Fairfax. B.S., Biology; 
Swimminq. 






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CLASS 




DUCK, LLOYD EARL, 
Music; Phi Mu Alpha 



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Sinfo 



Choi 



History, 
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EASTMAN, STANLEY ABBOT, Charleston, West 
Virginia. A.B., Business Administration; Keplar; 
Circle K Club; Young Republicans: Society for 
the Advancement of Management. 
EDEL, DOROTHY BRUCE, Towson, Maryland. A.B., 
English; Gamma Phi Beta: Orientation Sponsor, 
Assistant Head Orientation Sponsor; Mermettes; 
Hockey; Lacrosse: Intramurals — Student Head; 
Women's Athletic Association — President. 



EFIRD, KAREN LYNN, Lynchburg. A.B., French; 
Student Association; Jefferson Counselor; Orien- 
tation Sponsor. 

EHMANN, CYNTHIA PAGE, Patrick Springs. A.B., 
English; Student Committee on Arts and Lectures 
— Chairman; William and Mary Review — Secretary; 
Keplar — Sweetheart; Newman Club. 
ELDRIDGE, ALBERT F., JR., Franklin. A.B., Govern- 
ment: Young Democrats; Pep Club; Naval Academy 
Foreign Affairs Conference — Representative. 



ELIASEK, RONALD E., Richmond. A.B., Business 
Administration; Theta Delta Chi— Athletic Director; 
Interfraternity Council: Society for Advancement of 
Management; Pep Club; Newman Club; Intra- 
murals. 

ELLIOTT, DELORES JEAN, Phenix. B.S., Biology; 
Basketball; Lacrosse — Manager; Intramurals; Trans- 
fer from Christopher Newport College. 
ELLIS, ROBERT STEPHEN, Haverhill, Massachusetts. 
A.B., Sociology; Sigma Nu — Reporter, Alumni Con- 
tact Officer; Intramural Manager; Intramurals. 



EMBREY, SUSAN CLARKE, Lovingston. A.B., 
Mathematics; Chi Omega — President; Women's 
Dormitory Association; Panhellenic Council; Dor- 
mitory Council; Student Education Association; 
Canterbury Club. 

ENTLER, JUDY BETH, Bristol. A.B., English; Pi 
Delta Epsilon— President; Flat Hat— Feature Editor, 
Associate Editor; WCWM; Pep Club; Wesley Foun- 
dation. 

ESKAY, LALIE FORMAN, Natchez, Mississippi. 
A.B., English; Delta Delta Delta— Historian; Orien- 
tation Sponsor; Intramurals. 



ESKAY, ROBERT LAWRENCE, Salem, Ohio. B.S., 
Biology; Kappa Sigma; Varsity Basketball. 
EWART, THOMAS EDWARD, Richmond. A.B., 
English; Westminster Fellowship. 
FACTOR, ROBERT E., Newton Centre, Massa- 
chusetts. A.B., Sociology; Pi Lambda Phi — Secre- 
tary, Vice-Pres., President; Group Leader; Inter- 
fraternity Council; ROTC— Executive Officer. 




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FANSHER, TED RAYMOND, Moncks Corner, South 
Carolina. A.B., Sociology; Lambda Chi Alpha; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Group Leader; Flat Hat; Pep Club; 
Intramurals. 

FARMER, PATRICIA CAROLYN, Keeling. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Flat Hat; Psychology Club; Baptist Student 
Union; Intramurals; Fencing. 

FARMER, THEDA KAY, Pulaski. A.B., Government; 
Gamma Phi Beta. 



FAULSTICH, MARY RUTH, Oxon Hill, Maryland. A.B., 
Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Colonial Echo; 
Orientation Sponsor; Intramurals. 

FEOLA, THOMAS FRANK, Brooklyn, New York. A.B., 
Sociology; Kappa Sigma — Outer Guard; Varsity Club; 
Football — Co-Captain. 

FERRISS, DONALD RALPH REED, Arlington. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Alpha Phi Omega — Fellowship Chairman; Pi 
Delta Epsilon; Flat Hat; Spanish Club; Young Demo- 
crats — Publicity Chairman; Lutheran Student Association 
— President; Student Religious Union. 



FESSLER, ROBERT W., Hopewell. A.B., Ancient Lan- 
guages; Eta Sigma Phi. 

FOGLEMAN, DOROTHY SNOOK, Charlottesville. A.B., 
Elementary Education. 

FONTAINE, JOEL ALEXANDER, Pittsburgh, Pennsyl- 
vania. B.S., Biology; Kappa Sigma — Treasurer; Inter- 
fraternity Council; Dormitory Council; Group Leader; 
Newman Club; Freshman Cross Country and Track; 
Intramurals. 



FORD, THOMAS M., Suffern, New York. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Sigma Phi Epsilon — Recorder; Group Leader; 
Scabbard and Blade — Secretary; ROTC — Brigade Staff; 
Oueen's Guard; Newman Club; Intramurals. 
FORT, LOUIS ALLAN, Jersey City, New Jersey. A.B., 
Accounting; Sigma Pi — Athletic Director; Freshman 
Track; Intramurals. 

FOX, E. WILLIAM, Knoxville, Tennessee. A.B., History; 
Lambda Chi Alpha — House Manager; Student Associa- 
tion; Group Leader; Dormitory Manager; Colonial 
Echo — Fraternity Editor; Political Science Forum — 
President; Young Democrats — President, Vice-Pres.; 
Student Committee on Arts and Lectures. 



FRANKLIN, RUTH ELLEN, Williamsburg. A.B., English; 
Student Association; Chi Delta Phi; Spanish Club- 
Secretary; Westminster Fellowship. 

FREEMAN, KESTER S., JR., Kenbridge. A.B., Eco- 
nomics; Lambda Chi Alpha — Steward; Queen's Guard; 
German Club. 

FRIDENSTINE, MARIE, Alexandria. A.B., Sociology; 
Pi Beta Phi — President; Orientation Sponsor; Colonial 
Echo; Chorus, Choir — Historian: Backdrop Club; Cheer- 
leader — Co-Captain. 



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GABEL, JON ROBERT, Arlington. A.B., Economics. 
GAEBE, DANA HUNT, Barrington, Rhode Island. A.B., 
Accounting; Lambda Chi Alpha— President, Rush Chair- 
man; Interfraternity Council; Student Association; Ac- 
counting Club; Baseball; Intramurals. 
GARNER, JERRY LAWRENCE, Richmond. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Pi Lambda Phi — Corresponding Secretary, Steward; 
Colonial Echo; Student Committee on Arts and Lectures; 
Intramurals. 



GARRETT, STACY F., Ill, Virginia Beach. A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Society for Advancement of Man- 
agement; Accounting Club; ROTC — Company Com- 
mander; Pep Club; Baptist Student Union; Freshman 
Rifle Team; Varsity Rifle Team — Secretary; Distinguished 
Military Student. 

GATTEN, ROBERT EDWARD, JR., Lexington, Kentucky. 
B.S.. Biology; Colonial Echo — Photo Editor, Editor-in- 
Chief; Flat Hat— Photo Editor; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Pi Delta Epsilon— Vice-Pres.; Circle K Club— President; 
Biology Club — Vice-Pres.; National Science Foundation 
Summer Research Program; Student Publications Com- 
mittee; Group Leader. 

GERACE, JOHN WHEELER, Washington, D. C. B.S.. 
Biology (Pre-Med.); Lambda Chi Alpha. 



GILBERT, DOROTHY LEIGH, Cu'peper. A.B.. Ancient 
Languages; Gamma Phi Beta — Song Chairman, News- 
letter Co-Editor; Eta Sigma Phi — Secretary; Chorus; 
Choir; Student Education Association; Intramurals. 
GILL, VIRGINIA CROW, Ashland. A.B., Mathematics; 
Transfer from Mary Washington College; Student 
Education Association. 

GLAKAS, NICHOLAS JOHN, Bethesda, Maryland. 
A.B.. English: Theta Delta Chi; Group Leader; Flat 
Hat; Intramurals. 




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GOBBLE, JOHN M„ Shant Hills, New Jersey. A.B.. 

Sociology. 

GODSHALL, H. EDWIN, JR., Lansdale. Pennsylvania. 

A.B., German: German Club: Wesley Foundation. 

GOOLSBY, CHARLES E., JR., Petersburg. B.S., Biology. 



GOTWALD. NANCY LEE, Virginia Beach. A.B., So- 
ciology: Delta Delta Delta — Scholarship Chairman, Pres- 
ident; Panhellenic Council: Alpha Lambda Delta; 
Colonial Echo; Channing Forum; Sweetheart of Theta 
Delta Chi; Phi Beta Kappa. 

GRAEB, KAREN ELIZABETH, Tachilcawa A.F.B., Japan. 
B.S., Mathematics; Transfer from Christopher Newport 
College. 

GRAY, KENNETH WILSON, Boykins. A.B.. Secondary 
Education. 



GRAY, LINDA DIANE, Conover, North Carolina. B.S., 
Psychology: Kappa Alpha Theta — Social Chairman, 
Standards Chairman; Women's Dormitory Association; 
Dormitory Council; President of duPont Dormitory; 
Orientation Sponsor; Alpha Lambda Delta — Treasurer; 
Psi Chi — Secretary; Cheerleader: Phi Beta Kappa. 
GREEN, DONALD E., Falls Church. A.B.. Sociology 
and Anthropology; Student Assistant. 
GREENWOOD, STUART MICHAEL, King William. 
A.B., Physical Education: Pi Kappa Alpha; Varsity 
Track; Intramurals. 



GREER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR., Hampton. A.B.. 
Psychology. 

GREIDER, CECILE, Indianapolis, Indiana. A.B., So- 
ciology; Pi Beta Phi — House President; Student As- 
sociation — Publicity Chairman; Chorus; Tennis. 
GRIFFIN, BRUCE NYE, McLean. A.B., Philosophy; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon — Assistant Controller, Conclave Dele- 
gate, President; Student Association: Group Leader; 
Interfraternity Council; Colonial Echo; Young Republi- 
cans; German Club; Young Democrats; Sailing Club; 
Canterbury Club: Freshman Track' Intramurals. 



GRIFFIN, GENE C, South Norfolk. A.B., Physical 
Education; Kappa Alpha; Freshman and Varsity Track; 
Intramurals; P. E. Majors Club. 

GRIFFIN, WILLIAM EARLY, JR., Petersburg. A.B., His- 
tory; Sigma Pi — Treasurer, President; Interfraternity 
Council — Secretary, Vice-Pres.; Group Leader; Intra- 
murals. 

GRILL, FREDERICK P., Bloomfield, New Jersey. A.B., 
Business Administration: Phi Kappa Tau — Chaplain, 
House Manager; Interfraternity Council — House and 
Grounds Committee; Student Association; Society for 
the Advancement of Management — President; Young 
Republicans; Accounting Club. 



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GRONNING, JAMIE H., Elkton. A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration; Society for Advancement of Management 
— Secretary; Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Intra- 
murals; Track. 

GUIN, GRACE H., Arlington. A.B.. Fine Arts; Chi 
Omega; Choir; Chorus; Orchesis; Young Republicans; 
French Club; Student Association; Fontainebleau School 
of Fine Arts — Summer, 1965. 

GUNN, JAMES STEIRLING, Williamsburg. A.B., His- 
tory. 



HACKNEY, SUSAN J., Driver. A.B., French; French 

Club — Secretary; Student Education Association; Alpha 

Lambda Delta; Pi Delta Phi— Vice-Pres.; Mortar Board 

Scholarship; Phi Beta Kappa. 

HAGEN, KATHERINE ANNE, Arlington. A.B., Sociology; 

Kappa Kappa Gamma — Public Relations Chairman; 

Orientation Sponsor; Student Education Association; 

La Cercle Francais; Sailing Association. 

HAGLAN, DENNIS JAMES, Conway, Pennsylvania. 

A.B., Physical Education; Kappa Alpha— President; 

Physical Education Majors Club; Football; Track. 



HALL, MARGARET, Falls Church. A.B., German; Alpha 
Chi Omega — Pledge Class Treasurer, Assistant Treas- 
urer, Treasurer; Orientation Sponsor; Flat Hat; Canter- 
bury Club; Intramurals. 

HALLMAN, PAUL W., JR., Arlington. A.B., English; 
Phi Kappa Tau; Interfraternity Council; Intramurals. 
HALLOWELL, NORMAN HOWARD, Alexandria. A.B., 
Government; Flat Hat; Young Democrats; Society for 
the Advancement of Management; Freshman Rifle 
Team; Intramurals. 



HANCEWICZ, RALPH BRADLEY, West Groton, Massa- 
chusetts. A.B., English; Pi Delta Phi; Intramurals; Cricket. 
HANSON, EDWARD W., Virginia Beach. A.B., Govern- 
ment: Lambda Chi Alpha — Social Chairman; Freshman 
Track; Intramurals. 

HANZLIK, MARGARET ROSE, Petersburg. A.B.. History; 
Colonial Echo; Biology Club; Newman Club; Intra- 
murals; Mortar Board Scholarship; Transfer from Rich- 
mond Professional Institute. 



HARDY, CARLTON PATRICK, Williamsburg. A.B., His 

tory; Young Democrats; French Club; Student Educa 

tion Association; Chess Club; Baptist Student Union 

HARRIS, CHARLES M., JR. 

A.B., History; Sigma Pi; Gr 

crats. 

HARRIS, JAMES H 



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HARRIS, JERRY R., Staunton. A.B., Economics; Sigma 
Phi Epsilon— Vice-Pres.: Student Association— Vice-Pres.; 
Delta Sigma Rho — Tau Kappa Alpha — President, Pres- 
ident Region II, Member-at-Large— National Executive 
Council; Omicron Delta Kappa; Debate Council — Pres- 
ident; Freshman Track; Intramurals. 

HARRIS, JOHN LEROY, Woodbridge. B.S., Physics; 
Group Leader; Flat Hat; Young Democrats; Sailing As- 
sociation; Newman Club; Intramurals. 
HARRIS, WILLIAM CHARLES, Virginia Beach. B.S., 
Chemistry; Lambda Chi Alpha — Intramural Manager; 
Senior Class Vice-President; Student Association- 
Executive Council, Commencement Committee, Elec- 
tions Chairman; Chemistry Club; Newman Club; Intra- 
murals; Dormitory Manager; Group Leader; Head of 
Dormitory Council. 



HARVEY, LAURETTE E., Arlington. A.B., History; Delta 
Delta Delta— Chaplain; Orientation Sponsor; William 
and Mary Review; Philosophy Club; Young Democrats; 
Mermettes; Newman Club; Hockey: Intramurals. 
HATCHL, QUENTIN RUSSELL, Arlington. A.B., Ac- 
counting; Group Leader; Gymnastics Club. 
HEATH, PATRICIA C, Arlington. A.B., Elementary 
Education; Kappa Kappa Gamma — Historian; Orienta- 
tion Sponsor; Dormitory Counselor; Freshman and 
Varsity Cheerleader: Pep Club; Newman Club; Varsity 
Tennis; Women's Athletic Association; Intramurals. 



HEIN, JUDITH E., Alexandria. A.B., English; Chi Omega 
— Vocations Chairman, Rush Chairman; Student As- 
sociation; Orientation Sponsor; William and Mary 
Theatre; Theta Alpha Phi — Historian; Backdrop Club — 
Business Manager, Treasurer; Orchesis; Intramurals. 
HEINS, WILLIAM ROGER, Miami, Florida. A.B., Music; 
Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia— President, Vice President; 
Alpha Phi Omega — Pledge Class President; Kappa 
Delta Pi — Treasurer; Choir — Stage Manager; Wesley 
Foundation — Study Group Chairman, Choir Director. 
HELFRICH, LINDA W., Seaford, Delaware. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education: Pi Beta Phi — Intramurals Chairman, 
Rush — Recommendations Chairman; Orientation Spon- 
sor; Dormitory Council; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo; Pep 
Club; Student Education Association — Treasurer; Hockey 
Manager; Intramurals. 



HENDERSON, DAVID L, II, Williamsburg. A.B., So- 
ciology; Kappa Sigma — President; Interfraternity Coun- 
cil; Scabbard and Blade— Vice-Pres.; Football; Baseball; 
Intramurals. 

HENDRICKS, WILLIAM N., Ill, Lebanon. A.B., An- 
cient Languages; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Eta Sigma Phi — 
President: German Club; Choir; William and Mary 
Theatre; Young Democrats; Group Leader. 
HERSHEY, SCOTT CONGER, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Physical Education; Group Leader; Band; Orches- 
tra; Intramurals; Freshman Tennis; Varsity Tennis — 
Captain; Varsity Wrestling. 



HICKSON, LETITIA, Alexandria. A.B., Mathematics: 
Delta Delta Delta — Recommendations Chairman; Flat 
Hat; Intramurals. 

HITT, CAROLYN, Richmond. A.B., Mathematics; Stu- 
dent Association; Ludwell House President; Honor 
Council; Orientation Sponsor; Dormitory Council: 
Mortar Board; Alpha Lambda Delta — Vice-Pres.: French 
Club— President; Flat Hat; Chorus; Student Education 
Association; Abelian Society; Westminster Fellowship — 
Secretary. 

HOAGLAND, JOHN, Alexandria. A.B., History; Debate 
Council; Track. 









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HODGE. ELMER CLINTON, JR., Skipwith. B.S., 
Psychology; Alpha Phi Omega; Psychology Club — 
Vice Pres.; Pep Club. 

HODGES, RONALD D„ Roanoke. A.B., Account- 
ing. 
HOGGE, PAUL WAVERLY, Hampton. A.B., Ac- 



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HOLBROOK, MARTHA MOFFITT, High Point, 

North Carolina. A.B., Elementary Education; Kappa 

Delta — Membership Chairman; Colonial Echo; 

Psychology Club; Spanish Club; Student Education 

Association; Intramurals. 

HOLDEN, LESLIE HAWKINS, Hampton. A.B., 

French. 



HOLLAND, GLADYS ARNOLD, Newport News. 
A.B., History; Alpha Lambda Delta; Student Edu- 
cation Association. 

HOLTZMAN, BOBBIE J., Mount Jackson. A.B., 
English; Chi Omega — Pledge Trainer; Intramurals. 



HOLTZMULLER, PAUL ELLIOTT, Eaton, Ohio. 
A.B., Accounting; Pi Kappa Alpha — Intramural 
Manager; Group Leader; Freshman Baseball; Var- 
sity Baseball. 

HOPKINSON, JOHN, III, West Hartford, Con- 
necticut. B.S., Biology; Kappa Sigma — Secretary; 
Intramurals. 

HORNEIJ, KAREN, Coral Gables. Florida. A.B., 
Fine Arts; Transfer from Brenau College. 



HOWE, GEORGE NELSON, JR., River Edge, 
New Jersey. B.S., Psychology; Sigma Pi; Freshman 
Track. 

HOWELL, DONALD H., Williamsburg. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Lambda Chi Alpha; Young Democrats; 
Queen's Guard; Intramurals. 

HOWER, NELSON L, III, Atlanta, Georgia. B.S., 
Physics; Sigma Pi Sigma; Student Section, Amer- 
ican Institute of Physics; Phi Beta Kappa. 




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HUBBEL, PATRICIA BRERETON, Kabul, Afghanistan. 
A.B., Psycholoay; Phi Mu. 

HUMPHREYS, WILLIAM CHARLES, Buffalo, New 
York. A.B., Economics; Kappa Sigma — Sec; Economics 
Club; Society for Advancement of Management; Var- 
sity and Freshman Swimming; Intramurals. 
HUNT, CHRISTINA, Dahlgren. A.B., English; Gamma 
Phi Beta — Crescent Correspondent, Social Secretary, 
Food Chairman; Chi Delta Phi; William and Mary 
Review — Fiction Board; Varsity and Junior Varsity 
Hockey; Intramurals. 



HUTTON, DOROTHY MAY, Newport News. B.S., 
Mathematics; Landrum Dormitory — President; Women's 
Dormitory Association — Judicial Council. 
HUTZEL, JOY ELIZABETH, Alexandria. A.B., Sociology; 
Women's Dormitory Association, Chandler Dormitory — 
President; Orientation Sponsor; Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat 
Hat — Proof Editor, Production Manager; Chorus; Young 
Republicans — Secretary, President; Westminster Fellow- 
ship. 

HYMAN, ANN ELAINE, Lynchburg. A.B., English; 
Flat Hat; Young Democrats; German Club; West- 
minster Fellowship; Pep Club; Intramurals. 



INGRAM, KATHRYN L, Richmond. A.B., English; 
Women's Dormitory Association; Orientation Sponsor; 
Ludwell House President; Sigma Delta Pi — Sec.-Treas.; 
Flat Hat; Newman Club. 

ISAACS, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Nickelsville. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Young Democrats; Political Science Forum. 
JACKSON, STEVEN W., San Francisco, California. A.B., 
Sociology; Track; Cross-Country. 



JACOBS, ANDREW C, Saugerties, New York. B.S., 
Mathematics; Pi Lambda Phi. 

JACOBSEN, JOHN ARTHUR, Erie. Pennsylvania. A.B., 
History; Young Republicans — Sergeant-at-Arms; Choir; 
Queen's Guard; Backdrop Club; Wrestling. 
JEFFRIES, ANN FARMER, Virginia Beach. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Kappa Kappa Gamma — House President; Pan- 
hellenic Council; Orientation Sponsor. 



JEFFRIES, JOSEPH WESLEY, Chincoteague. B.S., 
Chemistry; Chemistry Club; Intramurals. 
JENKINS, BETTY GARNER, Williamsburg. B.S., Ele- 
mentary Education; Student Education Association; 
Transfer from Longwood College. 

JENKINS, BETTY HALL, Ontario. A.B., Fine Arts; 
Transfer from Longwood College. 



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JENKINS, ROBERT CALVIN, Aulander, North Carolina. 
A.B., History; Siqma Nu; Intramurals. 
JENKINS, ROY CLIFTON, JR., Burkeville. A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
JENKS, ROBIN TAMARA, Hopewell. A.B., Philosophy; 
Pi Beta Phi — Social Chairman; Orientation Sponsor; 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat Hat. 



JENSEN, MARGARET ANN PUGDAHL, Swedish 
Consulate, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. A.B., 
Spanish; Pi Beta Phi— Courtesy Chairman; Spanish 
Club— President. 

JESTER, HARVEY EDWARD, Arlington. A.B., Account- 
ing; Accounting Club; Freshman Swimming; Freshman 
Ritle Team. 

JOHNSON, CHERYL, Oberlin, Ohio. A.B., English; 
Choir — Sec.-Treas.; Chorus; William and Mary Theatre; 
WCWM; Chemistry Club; Wesley Foundation. 



JOHNSON, JERRY THOMAS, Arlington. A.B., Sociology 
and Anthropology; Alpha Phi Omega; German Club; 
Group Leader; Pep Club; Sailing Association; Young 
Democrats; Sociology Club; Lutheran Student Associa- 
tion. 

JOHNSON, LINDA ANN, Mineral. A.B., Music Educa- 
tion; Delta Omicron — President; Choir; Chorus. 
JOHNSTON, MARTHA STEWART GRAHAM, Pulaski. 
A.B., Ancient Languages; Eta Sigma Phi; Flat Hat; 
William and Mary Review — Copy Editor; Young Demo- 
crats. 



JOHNSTONE, L. PAULETTE, Alexandria. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Chi Omega — Historian, Secretary; Jefferson 
Dorm Counselor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; 
Intramurals. 

JONES, GEORGE H„ Dover, Delaware. A.B., Business 
Administration; Sigma Nu. 

JONES, JOSEPHINE ANNETTE, Virginia Beach. A.B., 
Music; Kappa Delta — Editor, Secretary; Pi Delta 
Epsilon — Secretary; Delta Omicron — Historian; Flat 
Hat; Chorus; Student Committee on Lectures and 
Concerts; Wesley Foundation. 



JORDAN, THOMAS FERRELL, 

ness Administration; Alpha Ph 

Arms; Choir — Publicity Chairma 

ing and Alumni Secretary; 

JOY, CHARLES AUSTIN, 

A.B., French; French Club 

dent Education Association; 

Chairman. 

JULIANI, VINCENT, JR., Wellesley, Massachusetts. A.B., 

History; Society for the Advancement of Management; 

Newman Club; Intramurals. 



Richmond. A.B., Busi- 

Omega — Sergeant-at- 

rman; Keplar — Correspond- 

Baptist Student Union. 

Manchester, Connecticut. 

Young Republicans; Stu- 

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KAHN, ROBERT PALMER, Norfolk. A.B., History; Pi 
Lambda Phi — Lodge Manager, Historian, President; 
Group Leader; Interfraternity Council; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon; Flat Hat — Advertising Manager, Business Man- 
ager; Intramurals. 

KANE, JOHN, Falls Church, A.B., Philosophy; Theta 
Delta Chi; Transfer from Georgetown Univ. 
KANE, KATHRYN L, Williamsburg. B.S., Mathematics; 
Kappa Delta — Parliamentarian; Newman Club. 



KEEN, WILLIAM H., JR., Brady, Texas. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Kappa Alpha — Treasurer. 

KELLAM, REBECCA R., Virginia Beach. A.B., Elementary 
Education; Phi Beta Phi— Publicity Chairman; Student 
Association; Young Democrats; Spanish Club — Presi- 
dent; Wesley Foundation; Women's Athletic Associa- 
tion; Transfer from Sullins College. 

KELLY, JEFFREY L, Milmont Park, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
Education; Band; Orchestra; William and Mary Theatre. 



KENNEDY, ROBERT JOHN, III., Lewes, Delaware. A.B., 
Business Administration; ROTC — Company Commander; 
Society for the Advancement of Management; Young 
Republicans; Rifle Team — Captain. 
KERN, DAVID LAVRENT, Warminster, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Elementary Education; Pi Kappa Alpha — Intra- 
mural Manager, Vice-Pres., Secretary, President; Group 
Leader; Scabbard and Blade— President; ROTC— Brig- 
ade Executive Officer, Omicron Delta Kappa. 
KERN, SHARON COSMINSKY, Falls Church. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Delta Delta Delta — Recording Sec- 
retary; Student Education Association; Pep Club; In- 
tramurals; Freshman Cheerleader. 



KETCHAM, SHARON B., Arlington. A.B., Government; 

Alpha Chi Omega— Publicity Chairman; Flat Hat; Or- 

chesis. 

KILEY, ROBERT W., Winchester, Massachusetts. A.B., 

Accounting; Sigma Pi — House Manager; Accounting 

Club — Vice-Pres.; Intramurals. 

KING, NORMAN E., Petersburg. A.B., History; Sigma 

Phi Epsilon; Intramurals; Freshman Swimming. 



KING, ROBERT C, Bowie, Maryland. A.B., Accounting. 
KINSINGER, JUDITH ANN, Williamsburg. B.S., Biology; 
Biology Club; Band. 

KIPPS, PATRICIA L., Williamsburg. A.B., Psychology; 
Transfer from Christopher Newport College. 



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CLASS 




KIRKPATRICK, JOHN H., III., Richmond. A.B., 
Theatre; Theta Alpha Phi; Backdrop Club — Treas- 
urer, Director; William and Mary Theatre. 
KLARE, ANNE DOUBET, Base Naval de Rota, 
Jerez de la Frontera, Spain. A.B., English; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma — Corresponding Secretary, His- 
torian. 

KNOOP, CHARLOTTE VIRGINIA, Baltimore, Mary- 
land. A.B., Sociology and Anthropology; Kappa 
Kappa Gamma — Membership Chairman; Orienta- 
tion Sponsor; Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat Hat — Associate 
Editor, Make-Up Editor. 



KNOWLES, JACK W., Winchester. A.B., History; 
Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Treasurer; Eta Sigma Phi; 
Flat Hat; German Club; Freshman Fooball; In- 
tramurals; Newman Club. 

KOEHLER, LOUISE PRICE, Hopewell. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education. 

LANE, BARBARA A., Vienna. A.B., French; Pi Delta 
Epsilon; Flat Hat; French Club. 



LANE, BETTY, Biloxi, Mississippi. B.S., Biology. 
LANFORD, RANDOLPH EWING, Palmyra. B.S., 
Biology; Biology Club— Vice-Pres.; Christian Fel- 
lowship — President. 

LASHLEY, SALLYE A., Falls Church. A.B., English; 
Gamma Phi Beta— Pledge Trainer; William and 
Mary Theatre. 



LAWSER, R. JAMES, King of Prussia, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Philosophy; William and Mary Theatre; Back- 
drop Club, French Club. 

LAWSON, MARY ELLEN, Williamsburg. A.B.. Ele- 
mentary Education; Student Education Association. 



LEBOLD, ALFRED WILLIAM, Waretown, New Jer- 
sey. B.S., Mathematics; Abelian Society; Band. 
LEICHTMAN, HUGH MOORE, Arlington. A.B., 
Psychology; Lambda Chi Alpha — Secretary, Pledge 
Class President; Group Leader; Freshman and Var- 
sity Track: Intramurals. 




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SENIOR 



LEIGG, BERNARD F., Front Royal. A.B., English; Kep- 
lar; Intramurals. 

LELAND, WILLIAM W., Richmond. A.B., Accounting; 
Flat Hat; Accounting Club; Intramurals. 
LESTER, MARY MICHELLE, Hopewell. A.B., Elemen- 
tary Education: Kappa Kappa Gamma; Flat Hat; New- 
man Club; Intramurals. 



LEWIS, BARBARA DALE, Richmond. A.B., Fine Arts; 
Delta Delta Delta — Social Chairman; Orchesis; Cheer- 
leader—Co-Captain; ROTC Court. 
LEWIS, DARLENE MARIE, Annandale. A.B., Psychology; 
Phi Mu — Social and Membership Chairman; Chorus; 
WCWM: Backdrop Club; Wesley Foundation. 
LEY, KENNETH F., JR., Suffolk. B.S., Psychology; Circle 
K Club — Secretary; Christian Fellowship; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union. 



LILLISTON, LEONARD T., JR., Onancock. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Lambda Chi Alpha; Varsity Track. 
LIPANI, PAUL J., North Plainfield, New Jersey. A.B., 
History; Sigma Pi — House Manager. 
LIPPARD, PAULA VIRGINIA, Portsmouth. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Gamma Phi Beta; Panhellenic Council — Treasurer; 
Orientation Sponsor; Dormitory Council; Kappa Delta 
Pi; Flat Hat; Intramurals. 



LIVELLI, LYNN MARIE, Hampton. A.B., History; Band; 
Hockey; Transfer from Ursinus College. 
LOCKRIDGE, JUDITH ANN, Lynchburg. B.S., Mathe- 
matics; Kappa Delta; Flat Hat; German Club; Student 
Education Association; Intramurals. 
LoFRESE, JAMES JOHN, Huntington, Long Island, New 
York. A.B., Physical Education; Sigma Nu; Physical 
Education Majors Club; Varsity Football. 



LOTT, WILLIAM ALLEN, Scotch Plains, New Jersey. 
A.B., Business Administration; Pi Kappa Alpha — Presi- 
dent, Secretary; Interfraternity Council; Canterbury 
Club; Football. 

LOWENTHAL, IVAN S., Long Beach, New York. B.S., 
Biology; Pi Lambda Phi; Group Leader; Band. 
LOWRY, JOAN KELLEY, Washington, North Carolina. 
A.B., Government; Phi Mu — House President; Women's 
Dormitory Association; French Club; Young Democrats; 
Newman Club: Intramurals. 




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LYNN, LETTY G., Occoquan. A.B., Business Administra- 
tion; Kappa Delta— Chaplain, Sergeanf-at-Arms; Flat 
Hat, Colonial Echo; Society for the Advancement 
of Management; Student Education Association; In- 
tramurals. 

LYNN, STUART R., Arlington. A.B., Economics; Account- 
ing Club; Economics Club; Freshman and Varsity Swim- 
ming. 

LYONS, WILLIAM LESTER, Alexandria. A.B., English; 
Pi Delta Epsilon— Treasurer; WCWM— Program Direc- 
tor; Choir. 



LYONS, WILLIAM PATRICK, Dunmore. Pennsylvania. 

A.B., Sociology; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Interfraternity 

Council; Student Association; Eta Sigma Phi; Flat Hat; 

Intramurals. 

MACK, JAMES HERBERT, Stamford, Connecticut. B.S., 

Biology; Alpha Phi Omega — Corresponding Secretary; 

Freshman Baseball. 

MAHAN, ELIZABETH A., Springfield. A.B., Psychology; 

Sailing Association; Young Republicans; Christian 

Fellowship; Psychology Club. 



MAJOR, CAROL SUSAN, Portsmouth. A.B., English; 
Pi Beta Phi— Pledge Supervisor; Orchesis. 
MALLINSON, JUDITH GAIL, Front Royal. A.B.. His- 
tory; Kappa Delta— Historian, Vice-Pres.; Mermettes; 
Band; Student Education Association. 
MANSFIELD, JASON FRENCH, Danvers. Massachusetts. 
A.B.; Phi Kappa Tau— Alumni Secretary; WCWM; In- 
tramurals. 



MARKLAND, JOHN JAY, Greenlawn, Long Island, 
New York. A.B., Physical Education; Freshman and 
Varsity Football; Freshman and Varsity Track. 
MARTIN, RONALD M., Cedar Grove, New Jersey. 
B.S., Biology; Sigma Nu — Treasurer; Freshman Track. 
MAYO, BONNIE LEE, Richmond. A.B., Latin; Kappa 
Alpha Theta — Scholarship Chairman, Chaplain; Eta Sig- 
ma Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Intramurals. 



MAYS, MARY LOU, Arlington. B.S.. Mathematics; Kap 
pa Delta — Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer; Abelian So 
ciety; Chorus; Choir; Transfer from Marietta College 
McADOO, NANCY JANE, Carlsbad, New Mexico 
A.B., Philosophy; Kappa Kappa Gamma — First Vice 
Pres.; Student Association; Women's Dormitory As 
sociation — Publicity Chairman; William and Mary Re 
view; Philosophy Club; Young Democrats; Canterbury 
Club. 

McCALL, WILFRED JOSEPH, JR., Williamsburg. B.S., 
Sigma Nu— Chaplain, Historian; William 
and Mary Review; Colonial Echo; Flat Hat; ROTC; 
Chemistry Club; Newman Club; Intramurals. 



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MCCARTHY, JOHN RHODES, Melrose, Massachusetts. 
A.B., History; Pi Kappa Alpha — Intramurals Manager; 
Group Leader; Queen's Guard; Freshman Basketball; 
Varsity Baseball. 

McDONALD, JOHN A., Williamsburg. A.B., Economics; 
Choir; Backdrop Club; Young Republicans; Economics 
Club. 

McENTIRE, MICHAEL R., Silsbee, Texas. A.B., Eco- 
nomics. 



McFARLANE, ANNE PATRICIA, Newport News. A.B., 
English. 

MclNTOSH, WILLIAM A., Richmond. A.B., English; 
Pi Lambda Phi; Group Leader; Alpha Phi Omega — Sec- 
retary; Student-Faculty Committee on Arts and Lec- 
tures; Choir. 
MclNTYRE, JAMES S., Newport News. B.S., Physics. 



McKANN, JOAN LOVE, Franklin. A.B., Elementary Edu- 
cation; Gamma Phi Beta — Recording Secretary; Stu- 
dent Education Association — Secretary; Tennis; La- 
crosse; Intramurals. 

McNULTY, JAMES ERGLER, JR., Pittsburgh. Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Economics; Young Democrats; Economics 
Club. 

McTAMMANY, HEATHER, North Scituate, Rhode 
Island. A.B., Fine Arts; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo; In- 
tramurals. 



MELTON, RONALD ALLEN, Pulaski. A.B.. Psychology; 
Intramurals. 

MICCIO, EDWARD L, Mt. Vernon, New York. B.S., 
Chemistry; Chemistry Club; Choir; ROTC; Intramurals; 
Varsity Indoor Track. 

MIHALAS, MICHAEL C, Norfolk. A.B., Ancient Lan- 
guages; Dormitory Council; Eta Sigma Phi — Vice-Pres.; 
Intramurals; Varsity Football. 



MILLER, CAROL EVELYN, Fairfax. A.B.. Elementary 
Education; Alpha Chi Omega — Song Leader; Panhel- 
lenic Council — Publicity Chairman; Chorus; Choir; Psy- 
chology Club: Orches's— Wardrobe Asst., Second Vice- 
Pres.; Student Education Association. 
MILLER, MARTHA ANNE, Abingdon. B.S., Chemistry; 
Kappa Alpha Theta — Publications Chairman; Orienta- 
tion Sponsor; Majorette; Intramurals. 
MILLER, MICHELE MARIE, Edwardsville, Illinois. A.B., 
Psychology; Psychology Club; Transfer from Christopher 
Newport College. 



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MILLNER, REBECCA JANE, Annandale. A.B., Fine 
Arts: William and Mary Review; William and Mary 
Theatre; Newman Club. 

MOLLOHAN. ALAN B., Fairmont. West Virginia. A.B.. 
Government; Pi Kappa Alpha; Group Leader; Young 
Democrats; Queen's Guard; Westminster Fellowship. 
MOONEY, JAMES ROBERT, Richmond. A.B., Account- 
ing; Student Association; Group Leader; Alpha Phi 
Omega — First Vice-Pres.; Accounting Club — Treasurer; 
Marching and Concert Band. 



MOORE, CHARLES N., JR., Disputanta. B.S., Math 
and Chemistry; Christian Fellowship — Vice-Pres. 
MOORE, DOUGLAS A., Alexandria. B.S., Mathematics; 
Intramurals. 

MOORE, ROBERT E., JR., San Francisco, California. 
A.B., Education; Sigma Phi Epsilon — Guide; Honor 
Council; Group Leader; Economics Club; Varsity Base- 
ball. 



MOORE, WILLIAM C, Disputanta. B.S., Topical Sci- 
ence; Christian Fellowship — Treasurer, President. 
MORGAN, GAIL ANNE, Springfield. B.S., Mathematics; 
Delta Delta Delta — Corresponding Secretary; Senior 
Class Historian; Newman Club; Homecoming Court; 
ROTC Court; Miss William and Mary Finalist. 
MORIARTY, JOHN. Homestead, Florida. A.B., Eng- 
lish: Kappa Delta Pi. 



MORRISON, WILLIAM S., JR., Fredericksburg. B.S., 
Chemistry; Sigma Nu — Social Chairman, Scholarship 
Chairman; Chemistry Club; Freshman Football; Intramu- 
rals. 

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President; 
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RICHARD W., Ga'esburg, Illin 
Dormitory Manager; Dormitory Council- 
Alpha Phi Omega— President; Young R 

Vice-Pres.; Lutheran Student Association. 



MUNNELL, KATHRYN, McKeesport, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
English; Student Association; Dormitory Council; Merm- 
ettes; Wesley Foundation — Secretary. 



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MURRAY, HOWARD SPENCER, Richmond. A.B., 

Government. 

MURRAY, NANCY JACQUELINE, McLean. A.B., 

History; Kappa Delta — House President, Publicity 

Chairman; Newman Club — Membership Chairman. 



MURTAGH, REED, Wynnewood, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Fine Arts; Sigma Pi— Marshal; Flat Hat- 
Cartoonist and Contributing Editor; Colonial Echo 
— Sports Editor; Lutheran League. 
NANCE, PETER MAURICE, Wynnewood, Penn- 
sylvania. A.B., English; Pi Kappa Alpha — Secretary, 
Pledge Trainer, Vice-Pres.; Group Leader; Wres- 
tling. 



NASE, DANIEL ROBERTSON, III, Clearwater, 
Florida. A.B., Education; Kappa Sigma — Inner 
Guard; Physical Education Majors Club; Varsity 
Football and Baseball. 

NATHAN, RICHARD E., Rutherford, New Jersey. 
A.B., Philosophy; Student Association; Debate 
Council; Young Democrats; Westminster Fellow- 
ship. 



NEAM, SELMA ELAINE, Arlington. A.B.. English 
NEILSON, JOSEPH, Bayside, New York. A.B. 
Education; Sigma Nu— President; Varsity Football 
NEILY, DONARD C, Waterbury, Connecticut. 
A.B., Sociology: Keplar — Historian; Channing Fo 



NEWMAN, STEPHEN ERIC, Blue Bell, Pennsyl- 
vania. A.B., Sociology and Anthropology; Pi Kappa 
Alpha; Varsity Baseball. 

NEWTON, EDWARD C, Newport News. A.B., His- 
tory; Pi Lambda Phi — Historian, Lodge Manager, 
Vice-Pres.; Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat Hat— Advertising 
Manager; Young Democrats; Canterbury Club. 
NEY, MICHAEL STUART, Arlington. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Phi Kappa Tau— Rush Chairman, Vice- 
Pres.. President; Interfraternity Council; Intra- 
murals. 




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NOE, JAMES H., Lexington, Kentucky. A.B., So- 
ciology; Kappa Alpta; Intramurals. 
NORRIS, JOANN BATTEN, Smithfield. B.S., Bi- 
ology. 

NORTON, DAVID W., McKeesporf, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Business Administration; Lambda Chi Alpha; 
Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Men's Dormitory Association. 



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NOTTINGHAM, JENNIE ROBERTS, Nassawadox 
B.S., Chemistry. 

NYLANDER, RICHARD CONRAD, 
Massachusetts. A.B., English; Willia 
Review; Pep Club. 
O'CONNOR, DIANNE LEE, Portsmouth. A.B., So- 
ciology and Anthropology; Chorus; Pi Lambda Phi 
Sweetheart; William and Mary Theater; Wesley 
Foundation. 



ODUM, SANDRA, Abington. B.S., Physics; Chi 
Omega — Courtesy Chairman; Orientation Sponsor; 
Colonial Echo; Spanish Club; Mathematics Club; 
Young Democrats. 

OLDHAM, GEORGE D., Beaver, Pennsylvania. 
A.B., History; Freshman Track; Intramurals. 
OLLEY, J. GREGORY, Plymouth Meeting, Penn- 
sylvania. A.B., Psychology; Lambda Chi Alpha — 
Alumni Secretary; Group Leader; Newman Club 
— Treasurer; Intramurals. 



OLSON, DAVID B., Wycuoff, New Jersey. A.B., 
Government; Pi Kappa Alpha— House Manager; 
Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 

OWENS, STANLEY A., JR., Manassas. A.B., Busi- 
ness Administration; Young Democrats; Society for 
the Advancement of Management — Treasurer; 
Dormitory Council; Intramurals. 
PACE, DAVID JOE, Lynchburg. A.B., Economics; 
Keplar— Athletics Chairman; Economics Club- 
President; Geology Club; President Bryan Merit 
Scholarship; Phi Beta Kappa. 



PADGETT, KAREN MAYO, Williamsburg. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Student Education Association. 
PAFFRATH, LAWRENCE H., Natrona Heights, 
Pennsylvania. A.B., Physical Education; Kappa Sig- 
ma; Physical Education Majors Club: Newman 
Club; Varsity Basketball. 

PAGE, MICHAEL LYNN, Alexandria. A.B., So- 
ciology and Anthropology; Queen's Guard; Young 
Democrats; Freshman Rifle Team; Sailing Club: 
Intramurals. 




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PARKER, DAVID STUART, JR., New York, New York. 
A.B., Economics; Flat Hat; Chess Club: Economics Club; 
Canterbury Club; Freshman and Varsity Tennis. 
PATTERSON, PATRICIA ANNE, South Boston. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Pi Beta Phi — Co-Social Chair- 
man; Head Majorette; Orchesis: Sigma Pi Sweetheart; 
Junior and Senior Homecoming Princess; Military Ball 
Court; Inter-Fraternity Council Queen. 
PATTERSON, PATRICIA LEIGH, Lynchburg. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Pi Beta Phi— Scholarship Chair- 
man, Recording Secretary; Women's Dormitory Asso- 
ciation — President; Student Association; Orientation 
Sponsor; duPont President and Counselor; President's 
Aide; Mortar Board; Kappa Delta Pi; Colonial Echo; 
Student Education Association; Intramurals; Home- 
coming Queen. 



PAVEY, THOMAS G., Dayton, Ohio. B.S., Pre-Dental; 
Pi Lambda Phi— President of Pledge Class, Rush Chair- 
man, Pledge Master, Social Chairman; Intramurals; 
Freshman Golf. 

PEARCE, COOPER, Petersburg. B.S., Pre-Medicine; Sig- 
ma Phi Epsilon— Chaplain. Senior Marshal; Group 
Leader; Honor Council; Pep Club; Wesley Foundation; 
Varsity Golf. 

PEARCE, GEORGE, III, East Orange, New Jersey. A.B., 
Physical Education; Sigma Nu— Secretary; Interfrater- 
nity Council; Varsity Football; Baseball. 



PEARMAN, ALEEN HARPER, Williamsburg. A.B., Edu- 
cation. 

PERKINS, SHARON TEEL, West Boylston, Massachusetts. 
A.B., Psychology; Phi Mu— Pledge Director; Flat Hat; 
Panhellenic Council — Vice-Pres.; Wesley Foundation. 
PHILLIPS, STEPHEN T., Washington, D.C. A.B., So- 
ciology; WCWM; Band. 



PILAND, JETHRO HASLETT, JR., Holland. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Circle K Club — Membership Chairman; Biology 
Club— President. 

PINNEY, NELSON MORROW, New Castle. Pennsylvania. 
A.B., Business Administration; WCWM; Accounting 
Club; Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Pep Club. 

PISKUR, FEROL FRANCISKA, Alexandria. A.B., So- 
ciology; Chi Omega — Social and Civil Service Chair- 
man; Colonial Echo; Orchesis — Vice-Pres. 



Pin, JOSEPH C, New York, New York. A.B., Phil- 
osophy; Pi Lambda Phi— Social Chairman, Pledge 
Marshal, Treasurer; Eta Sigma Phi; Choir; Young Re- 
publicans. 

PLUMERI, JOSEPH J., Trenton, New Jersey. A.B., 
History; Pi Kappa Alpha — Rush Chairman; William 
and Mary Theatre; Varsity Baseball; Intramurals; Fresh- 
man Football. 

POPK1N, MARGARET BETH, Norfolk. A.B., Sociology; 
Gamma Phi Beta — Corresponding Secretary; Student 
Association — Secretary; Women's Dormitory Association 
— Secretary; Colonial Echo — Sorority Editor; Balfour 
Hillel Club; Pi Lambda Phi Sweetheart. 





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POWELL, EDNA SEWELL, Smithfield. A.B., Elementary 
Education; Student Education Association. 
PROVINCE, DONNA JOYCE, Bridgeville, Pennsylvania. 
B.S., Psychology and Math; Kappa Delta — Pledge Class 
President; Women's Dormitory Association; Panhellenic 
Council — Vice-Pres.; Orientation Sponsor; Ludwell House 
President; Ludwell Dormitory Council; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Psi Chi; Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha: Mor- 
tar Board; Psychology Club — President; Varsity Debate 
Team; Chorus; Math Club; Intramurals; Merit Schol- 
ar; Phi Beta Kappa. 
PUGH, PETER J., JR., Williamsburg. B.A.. Fine Arts. 



PURTILL, ANNE, Glastonbury, Connecticut. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Kappa Delta — Asst. Rush Chairman, Correspond- 
ing Secretary; Intramurals. 

OUEEN, G. BURTON, Silver Spring, Maryland. A.B., 
History; Lambda Chi Alpha — Scholarship Leader; Stu- 
dent Association; Society for the Advancement of Man- 
agement; Young Republicans; Freshman Track; Intra- 
murals. 

QUIRK, CATHERINE ELIZABETH, Richmond. A.B., 
History; Pi Beta Phi — Rush Chairman; Colonial Echo; 
Spanish Club; Student Education Association; Pep Club; 
Baptist Student Union; Intramurals; Homecoming Prin- 
cess. 



RALSTON, DONALD LINWOOD, Falls Church. A.B., 
Psychology; Sigma Phi Epsilon — Pledge Trainer, Asst. 
Rush Chairman; Student Association; Group Leader; 
Psychology Club; Intramurals. 
RAMSEY, MARTHA LEE, Abingdon. A.B., English. 
RANKIN, ALICE SUE, Ormond Beach, Florida. A.B., 
Psychology; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Colonial Echo; 
Chorus; Choir; Intramurals. 



RANKIN, MARJORIE ANNE, Roanoke. B.S., Mathe- 
matics; Gamma Phi Beta — Historian, Activities Chair- 
man; Abelian Society; Intramurals; Varsity Hockey. 
RAPER, DERRIS LEA, Chesapeake. A.B., History; Circle 
K Club; Biology Club; Young Republicans; Baptist Stu- 
dent Union; Transfer from Baylor University. 
RAWLS, ROBERT ASHBY, JR., Franklin. A.B., History. 



READER, THOMAS JEFFERSON, St. Paul, Minnesota. 
A.B., Accounting; Accounting Club; Transfer from Uni- 
versity of Minnesota. 

REDD, ELEANOR RHEA, Meherrin. A.B., English. 
REDMON, RONALD ELWOOD, Alexandria. B.S., Bi- 
ology; Young Democrats — Treasurer; Biology Club. 




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REED, ELIZABETH CLARKE, Martinsville. A.B., Eng- 
lish; Kappa Kappa Gamma — Social Chairman; Intra- 
murals. 

REESE, GARY ALAN, Arlington. A.B., Government; 
Circle K Club — Social Chairman, Secretary, District 
Sec.-Treas., Chairman — District Oratorial Committee, 
International Trustee, International Orator, Chairman 
— International Relations Committee; Young Repub- 
licans—President; WCWM; Political Science Forum; Var- 
sity and Freshman Debate. 

REINECKE, RALPH JAMES, Williamsburg. A.B., Ac- 
counting; Accounting Club; Society for the Advance- 
ment of Management. 



RENFROE, ELIZABETH CLAXTON, Martinsville. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Chorus. 

RHODENHIZER, NANCY CAROL, Lynchburg. B.S., 
Mathematics; Kappa Alpha Theta — Treasurer; Women's 
Dormitory Association; Abelian Society; Intramurals. 
RIDDICK, URSULA VIRGINIA, Washington, DC. A.B., 
English; Pi Delta Phi— Secretary, President; Theta Alpha 
Phi; William and Mary Theatre; French Club; New- 
man Club. 



RINGLEY, KAREN LYNETTE, Appalachia. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Alpha Chi Omega — Secretary; Cho- 
rus; Choir; Wesley Foundation. 

ROBERTS, ELLEN BARRETT, Portsmouth. A.B., Sociology 
and Anthropology; Kappa Delta; Chorus; Student Edu- 
cation Association; Transfer from Westhampton College. 
ROBERTSON, BRENDA, Roanoke. A.B., English; Gam- 
ma Phi Beta — Standards Chairman, Social Chairman; 
Orientation Sponsor; Basketball; Intramurals. 



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RODGERS, KAY, West Chesapeake. B.S., Biology; 
Gamma Phi Beta; Orientation Sponsor; Jefferson Coun- 
selor; Band; Biology Club; Intramurals; Lacrosse. 
ROGERS, JUDITH G., Baghdad, Iraq. A.B., English. 
ROMANS, SUSAN EILEEN, Williamsburg. A.B.. Eng- 
lish; Kappa Kappa Gamma — Rush Chairman; William 
and Mary Theatre; Lab Theatre. 



ROSE, VIRGINIA NEAVES, Stony Creek. A.B., Philoso- 
phy; Phi Mu — Secretary, President; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; Chorus; Basketball. 

ROSS, EARL DAVID, Chincoteague. B.S., Chemistry. 
ROSSER, LAWRENCE B., Alexandria. A.B.. Philosophy; 
Phi Kappa Tau— Chaplain, Alumni Secretary, Pledge 
Master; Queen's Guard— Battalion Commander; ROTC; 
Westminster Fellowship. 



ROTHENBERG, STANLEY G., Richmond. B.S., Psychol- 
ogy; Group Leader: Flat Hat; Psychology Club; Bal- 
four-Hillel; Intramurals. 

ROUNTREE, HELEN CLARK, Hampton. A.B., Anthro- 
pology; Band; Orchestra; Theatre Pit Orchestra; Cham- 
ber Players; Christian Fellowship; Canterbury Club. 
ROUNTREE, WALTER JEFFERSON, III, Falls Church. 
A.B., Economics: Economics Club. 



ROUNTREE, WILLIAM F., JR., Norfolk. A.B., Anthro 
pology; Pi Kappa Alpha — Vice-Pres.; Student Associa 
tion; Group Leader; Summer School Honor Council. 
RYAN, THOMAS FRANCIS, Hampton. B.S., Biology 
Sigma Phi Epsilon; Group Leader; Colonial Echo; Fresh 
man Tract and Cross-Country ; Varsity Track and Cross 
Country. 

SANDERS, SANDRA LEE, Falls Church. A.B., Elemen 
tary Education; Pep Club: Intramurals. 



SANDIDGE, PILLIP, Lynchburg. A.B., Physical Educa- 
tion; Kaopa Siqma: Physical Education Majors Club: 
Varsity Basketball; Transfer from Ferrum Junior College. 
SANFORD, BETTY GAYLE, Newport News. A.B., So- 
ciology: Kappa Alpha Theta — Rush Chairman, Presi- 
dent; Orientation Sponsor; Flat Hat; Young Republi- 
cans; Panhellenic Council. 

SANFORD, PENELOPE LEE, Richmond. A.B., Elementary 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta — Pledge Trainer; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Orientation Sponsor; Student Education As- 
sociation; Intramurals. 





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SASSAMAN, KATHRYN BRIGHT, Williamsburg. 
B.S., Topical Science; Gamma Phi Beta — Activities 
Chairman; Sigma Pi Sigma; American Institute 
of Physics — Secretary; Westminster Fellowship; 
Christian Fellowship — Secretary; National Science 
Foundation Underqraduate Research Grant. 
SAUNDERS, MORRIS RICHARD, JR., Alexandria. 
A.B., History; Theta Delta Chi; Sailing Association; 
Intramurals. 

SCHMIDT, BRIGITTE, Williamsburg. A.B., German; 
Kappa Alpha Theta — Assistant Treasurer; Hockey; 
Intramurals; Greek Weekend Court. 



SCHOENHUT, ROBERT W., Collingswood, New- 
Jersey. A.B., Mathematics; Pi Lambda Phi; In- 
tramurals. 

SCHON, MATHIAS J., Petersburg. A.B., History. 
SCHRANER, DON PAUL, Prince George. A.B., His- 
tory. 



SCOn, PAUL W., Yorktown. A.B., Business Ad- 
ministration; Lambda Chi Alpha; Society for the 
Advancement of Management; Transfer from Ran- 
dolph-Macon College. 

SESTRIC, MICHAEL J., Hampton. A.B., Fine Arts. 
SHEA, DENNIS, Falls Church. A.B., Economics; Phi 
Kappa Tau; Economics Club; Freshman Tennis. 



SHEFFIELD, SUSAN T., Knoxville, Tennessee. A.B., 

Sociology; Kappa Alpha Theta — Rush Chairman, 

Recommendations Chairman. 

SHELTON, MARTIN RANDOLPH, Yorktown. A.B., 

Philosophy. 



SHERMAN, MARY ESTHER, Lynchburg. B.S., Phys- 
ics; Alpha Chi Omega— Social Activities Chair- 
man; Orientation Sponsor; Dormitory Counselor; 
Women's Dormitory Association; Alpha Lambda 
Delta; Sigma Pi Sigma — President; Mortar Board; 
Chorus; Choir; Intramurals. 

SHIFMAN, EDWARD I., JR., Newton, Massachu- 
setts. A.B., Government; Pi Lambda Phi— Scholar- 
ship Chairman; Flat Hat; Debate Council — Presi- 
dent; Intramurals. 



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SCHWILLER, SALLIE JANE, McLean. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Dormitory Council; Flat Hat — 
Make-up Editor. 

SIGAFOES, ROBERT BRIAN, Williamsburg. B.S.. 
Biology; Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Alpha 
Phi Omega; Band; Biology Club. 



SIMS, KIRBY POWELL, Selma, Alabama. A.B.. 
Philosophy; Kappa Alpha; Transfer from Marion 
Military Institute. 

SLAUSON, WILLIAM E., Williamsburg. B.S., Phys- 
ics; Sigma Pi Sigma; American Institute of Phys- 
ics; Phi Beta Kappa. 



SLAYTON, E. BERYL, Newport News. B.S., Biology; 
Kappa Delta — Chaplain; Student Association; Co- 
lonial Echo; Flat Hat; Student Education Associa- 
tion; Sweetheart of Sigma Pi; Lacrosse; Intra- 
murals. 

SMART, JAMES M„ JR., Kansas City, Missouri. 
A.B., Economics; Student Association; Group 
Leader; Pep Club; Economics Club; Newman Club; 
Intramurals. 



SMITH, JAMES H., Richmond. A.B., Economics; 
Kappa Sigma — Social Chairman; Economics Club; 
Geology Club; Intramurals; Dormitory Council; 
Commencement Committee. 

SMITH, ROBERT OWEN, Weyers Cave. A.B., Psy- 
chology; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Psychology Club; Wesley Foundation. 
SMITH, SALLY McVICAR, Hampton. A.B., Mathe- 
matics; Kappa Kappa Gamma — Marshal, Pledge 
Trainer; Women's Honor Council— Chairman; Wom- 
en's Dormitory Association; Orientation Sponsor; 
President's Aide; Freshman Dormitory Counselor; 
Women's Athletic Association; Student Coopera- 
tive Committee; Kappa Delta Pi; Abelian Society; 
Tennis; Intramurals; Sigma Phi Epsilon Sweetheart. 



SMITH, WILLIAM S., Sandston. A.B., History. 
SNEAD, JANE L, Fork Union. A.B., Secondary 
Education; Kappa Alpha Theta; Chorus. 
SNELL, STEPHEN HOLMES, Hallowell, Maine. 
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SOURS, JOHN D., Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
Government; Sigma Nu — Pledge Trainer, Rush Chair- 
man; Student Association; Group Leader; Pi Delta Ep- 
silon; Flat Hat — Associate Editor, Editor-in-Chief; Pres- 
ident's Aide. 

SPEER, BRYON M., San Marino, California. A.B., His- 
tory; Theta Delta Chi — President, House Manaqer; Stu- 
dent Association; Colonial Echo; Philosophy Club; 
Sailing Association; Intramurals. 

STAINBACK, SUZANNE VINCENT, Emporia. A.B., His- 
tory; Pi Beta Phi— Vice-Pres.; Panhellenic Council; 
Orientation Sponsor; Head Orientation Sponsor; Kappa 
Delta Pi — President; Student Education Association; 
Young Democrats; Intramurals. 



STATON, BETTY ANNE, Lynchburg. A.B., Latin; Alpha 
Chi Omega — Vice-Pres., Scholarship Chairman; Eta 
Sigma Phi; Kappa Delta Pi; Mortar Board; Wesley 
Foundation. 

STONEBURNER, RUTH ANNA, Washington, D.C. A.B., 
Psychology; Chi Omega — Chapter Correspondent; Psi 
Chi — Secretary; Colonial Echo; Psychology Club; In- 
tramurals. 

STOTZ, WENDY ANDERSEN, Bristol. Connecticut. A.B., 
English; Transfer from Mount Holyoke College. 



SULLIVAN, GEORGE MICHAEL, Petersburg. A.B., 
Business Administration; Transfer from Bluefield Junior 
College. 

SULLIVAN, JULIA M., Norfolk. A.B., Government; Delta 
Delta Delta; Panhellenic Council — Secretary; Newman 
Club. 

SULLIVAN, TIMOTHY J., Ravenna, Ohio. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Student Association; Omicron Delta Kappa; 
Flat Hat — Senior Editor; Young Democrats — President, 
State Chairman — Virqinia College Young Democrats: 
Group Leader; Phi Beta Kappa; Transfer from Ohio 
Wesleyan University. 



SUTHERLAND, ANNE L, Norfolk. A.B., French; Pi Delta 
Phi; Flat Hat; Young Republicans — Recording Secretary. 
SUTTON, CHRISTOPHER, Port Washington, New York. 
A.B., History; Sigma Alpha Epsilon — Rush Chairman, 
Secretary, Vice-Pres.; Interfraternity Council; Newman 
Club; Intramurals. 

SWARTS, SUSAN, Williamsburg. A.B., Government; 
Gamma Phi Beta — Assistant Treasurer, Treasurer; Orien- 
tation Sponsor; Alpha Lambda Delta; Flat Hat; Intra- 
murals; Phi Beta Kappa. 



SWAYNE, BETTY KENT. Norfolk. A.B., Psychology 
Pi Beta Phi; Student Association; Panhellenic Council 
Women's Dormitory Council; Backdrop Club; Choir 
Chorus; Psychology Club — Treasurer. 
SWEENEY, MARY KATHRYN, Lynchburg. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Alpha Chi Omega — House President; Women's 
Dormitory Council; Panhellenic Council. 
SWEENEY, PHILIP J., Opa Locka, Florida. A.B., His- 
tory; Lambda Chi Alpha — Historian, Pledge Trainer; 
Group Leader. 



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SWEET. TIMOTHY EDWARD, Baltimore. Maryland. 
A.B., Government. 

SWINK, CAROLYN JEAN, Lexington. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Kappa Alpha Theta — Corresponding Secretary; 
Student Education Association; Intramurals. 
SYKES, JOHN DAVID. JR., Boykins. A.B., English; Stu- 
dent Education Association. 



TALLEY, MARY KATHERINE, Martinsville. A.B., His- 
tory; Choir; Chorus. 

TAYLOR, KEITH A., Vienna. A.B.. Sociology; Lambda 
Chi Alpha — Treasurer; Honor Council — Vice-Chairman; 
Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Theta Alpha Phi; 
Colonial Echo; William and Mary Theatre; Backdrop 
Club; Freshman Baseball; Varsity Baseball; Intramurals. 
TEMPLE, GUY, Chester, England. A.B., Economics; Var- 
sity Tennis; Varsity Cricket. 



THIBEAULT, SHEILA ANN, Richmond. B.S., Physics; 
Delta Delta Delta— Assistant Vice-Pres., Publicity Chair- 
man; Sigma Pi Sigma; Orchesis — President. Vice-Pres.; 
American Institute of Physics; Student Education As- 
sociation; German Club; Pep Club; Newman Club; 
Gymnastics Club; Intramurals; Phi Beta Kappa. 
THOMAS, CAROL LEWIS, Aylett. B.S., Pre-Medicine; 
Student Association; Chorus; Chemistry Club — Sec- 
Treas. 

THOMAS, DEBORAH ANN, Colonial Heights. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Delta Delta Delta. 



THOMPSON, GERALDINE ALVIS, Clarksville. A.B., 
Mathematics; Delta Delta Delta— Treasurer; Eta Sigma 
Phi; Mermettes— Co-Director. 

THOMSON, CATHY B., Lancaster. B.S., Biology; Chi 
Omega — Vice-Pres.; Student Association — Treasurer, Ex- 
ecutive Council; Summer School Honor Council; Wom- 
en's Dormitory Council; Ludwell House President; Ori- 
entation Sponsor; Mortar Board — Treasurer; Flat Hat 
Colonial Echo; Biology Club; Chemistry Club — Sec 
retary; German Club; Young Democrats; Basketball 
Hockey; Fencing; Intramurals; Panhellenic Scholarship 
THORNE, CHARLES EDWIN, JR., Jobstown, New Jei 
sey. A.B., Philosophy; Lambda Chi Alpha; Choi; 
Queen's Guard; German Club; Intramurals; Sailing 
Association: Scabbard and Blade. 



THORNTON, LOUISE RYLAND, Sussex. A.B., History; 
Kappa Alpha Theta — Marshal. 

TIMM, SPENCER L., Little Neck, New York. A.B., So- 
ciology; Kappa Alpha — Chaplain; Sociology Club; 
Intramurals; Diploma de Estdios Hispanieos — Univer- 
sity of Madrid. 

TODD, GLENN THOMAS. Ale.andria. B.S., Chemistry; 
Lambda Chi Alpha — Secretary. Treasurer; Group Lead- 
er; Chemistry Club; Canterbury Club; Intramurals. 




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The end of the beginning. 




TODD, JAMES MOWAT, Arlington. A.B.. Eco- 
nomics; Lambda Chi Alpha; Newman Club; In- 
tramurals; Transfer from University of Miami 
TOKITA, TERAMI J., Tokyo, Japan. A.B., Philoso- 
phy; Philosophy Club. 

TOMES, ROBERT EDWARD, Richmond. A.B., His- 
tory; Sigma Nu— Social Chairman, Rush Chairman; 
Eta Sigma Phi— Sergeant at Arms; Intramurals. 



TORBERT, PETER C, Alexandria. A.B., Geology; 
Dormitory Council; Geology Club. 
TRAYNOR, DOROTHEA A., Baltimore, Maryland. 
A.B., Sociology; Kappa Kappa Gamma — Vice-Pres., 
President; Student Association; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil; Orientation Sponsor; Newman Club; Hockey; 
Intramurals. 



TRUESDELL, DONNA, Williamsburg. A.B., His- 
tory; Alpha Chi Omega — Chaplain; Student As- 
sociation; Flat Hat — Circulation Manager; Chorus; 
WiHiam and Mary Theatre; Westminster Fellow- 
ship — President. 

TUCKER, CAROLYN ANNE, Atlanta, Georgia. 
A.B., Elementary Education; Alpha Chi Omega — 
Corresponding Secretary; Orientation Sponsor; 
Student Education Association; Intramurals. 



TUCKER, HAZEL JOHNSON, Virginia Beach. A.B., 
Elementary Education; Colonial Echo; Student Edu- 
cation Association— Publicity Chairman; Pep Club- 
Canterbury Club. 

TUDOR, JOHN D., Lynchburg. A.B., History; 
Lambda Chi Alpha— Ritualist; Dormitory Council; 
Flat Hat; Student Education Association; Canter- 
bury Club; Cricket— Captain; Freshman Cheer- 
leader; Pep Club. 



TURNER, FRANK MILLER, Wilmington, Ohio. A.B., 
History; Pi Delta Epsilon; William and Mary Re- 
view—Managing Editor; Choir; Robert Hughes 
Merit Scholarship; King Carter "Merit Scholarship; 
Elisha Parmele Merit Scholarship; 1965 Virginia 
Gazette Award; Phi Beta Kappa, Omicron Delta 
Kappa. 

TURNER, JOSEPH RANDOLPH, JR., Silver Spring 
Maryland. A.B., English; Rifle Team. 
VAN GILDER, GORDON NEIL, Millville, New 
Jersey. A.B., English. 




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VINING, ROBERT B., St. Louis, Missouri. A.B., History; 
Dormitorv Manager: Newman Club; Intramurals. 
VOS, RICHARD ALBERT, Forest Hills, New York. A.B., 
Sociology and Anthropology; Theta Alpha Phi — Vice- 
Pres.; Student Committee on Concerts and Lectures; 
William and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club; Orchestra 
— Concert Master. 

WACHCIC, RICHARD M., Mentor. Ohio. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Sigma Pi; Group Leader; Dormitory Council. 



WADE, DENA-KAY EVANS, Newport News. A.B., Gov- 
ernment; Alpha Lambda Delta — President; Chi Delta 
Phi; William and Mary Review— Copy Editor; Phi Beta 
Kappa; Robert Hughes Merit Scholarship. 
WALK, LAWRENCE E., McKeesport, Pennsylvania. A.B., 
Ancient Languages; Kappa Sigma; Newman Club; Foot- 
ball. 

WALRATH, NANCY ELIZABETH, Blacksburg. B.S., 
Mathematics; Colonial Echo; Student Education Associa- 
tion. 



WALSH, MARTIN D., Arlington. A.B., Sociology; 
Theta Delta Chi — Rush Chairman, Social Chairman, 
Vice-Pres.; Student Association; Newman Club; Intra- 
murals. 

WALSH, PATRICK J., Arlington. A.B., Sociology; 
Theta Delta Chi — Rush Chairman; Student Association; 
Interfraternity Council; Newman Club. 
WALTER, TIM, Poland, Ohio. B.S., Mathematics; Kappa 
Sigma; Student Association; Group Leader; Colonial 
Echo; Dormitory Manager; Freshman and Varsity Bas- 
ketball. 



WALTERS, BARNETT KEITH, JR., Falls Church. A.B., 
Economics; Keplar — Secretary; Economics Club; 
WCWM; Canterbury Club; Freshman and Varsity Ten- 
nis; Men's Combatives Club. 

WALTON, RUTH C, Poquoson. A.B., Elementary Edu- 
cation. 

WARD, JOHN RUSSELL, Virginia Beach. A.B., Govern- 
ment; Young Democrats; Political Science Forum; Bi- 
ology Club. 



WARD, SUZAN JEANNE, Charlottesville. A.B., Fine 
Arts; Phi Mu; William and Mary Review— Art Editor; 
Flat Hat; Student Committee on Concerts and Lec- 
tures; Kitchen Cabinet; Canterbury Club. 
WARNER, ALBERT T., Arlington. A.B., Government; 
Young Democrats — Treasurer; Sailing Association; Intra- 
murals. 

WATT, WILLIAM BARTON, McLean. A.B., History; 
Lambda Chi Alpha; Dormitory Manager; Group Lead- 
er; Student Association. 




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WATTS, JAMES STUART, Ronceverte, West Virginia. 
A.B., Accounting; Group Leader; Colonial Echo; Circle 
K Club — Projects Chairman, President; Accounting 
Club; Queen's Guard; Westminster Fellowship — Treas- 
urer; Intramurals. 

WEAVER, MICHAEL, Easton, Pennsylvania. A.B., Physi- 
cal Education; Sigma Nu: Physical Education Majors 
Club; Football. 

WEBER, JEANNE D., King George. B.S., Chemistry; 
Chemistry Club; Lacrosse; Intramurals. 



WEEKS, ROBERT R, Hackensack, New Jersey. A.B., 
Theatre; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Honor Council; Theta Al- 
pha Phi; William and Mary Theatre; Backdrop Club — 
President; Track; Cross Country; Intramurals. 
WEILAND, WILLIAM H., San Antonio, Texas. A.B., 
Economics; Lambda Chi Alpha — Rush Chairman; Stu- 
dent Association; Head Group Leader; President's Aide; 
Omicron Delta Kappa — President; Dormitory Manager; 
Scabbard and Blade — Treasurer; ROTC — Brigade Com- 
mander; Newman Club; Freshman and Varsity Base- 
ball; Intramurals. 

WEINHOLD, MARION, Methuen, Massachusetts. A.B., 
History, Kappa Delta — Social Chairman, Rush Chair- 
man; Flat Hat; Colonial Echo; Mermettes; Student Edu- 
cation Association; Young Republicans; Canterbury Club. 



WEINSTEIN, LINDA SALSBURY, Newport News. A.B., 
Elementary Education. 

WENK, WALTER R., JR., Alexandria. B.S., Chemistry; 
Theta Delta Chi; Student Association; Senior Class 
President; Dormitory Council; Group Leader; Presi- 
dent's Aide; General Cooperative Committee; New- 
man Club; Varsity Basketball. 

WESSELLS, MARTHA LUCAS. Parksley. A.B., English; 
Chi Delta Phi— President; Kappa Delta Pi; William and 
Mary Review; Debate Council; Young Democrats; Orien- 
tation Sponsor; Freshman Dormitory Counselor. 



WEST, CARLTON BRYAN, JR., Los Angeles, Cali- 
fornia. A.B.. English; Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa 
Alpha; Debate Council: Young Democrats; Newman 
Club; Intramurals. 

WHEELER, SHERMAN V., Marblehead. Massachusetts. 
A.B., History; Young Democrats; Newman Club. 
WHITE, ALAN WHITCOMB, Brockton, Massachusetts. 
B.S., Biology; Pi Kappa Alpha — Historian, Sergeant-at- 
Arms, Scholarship Chairman; Group Leader; Queen's 
Guard; Biology Club; Freshman and Varsity Tennis. 



WHITEMAN, RAYMOND J., Titusville, New Jersey. 
A.B., Business Administration; Sigma Nu — Treasurer; 
Society for Advancement of Management; Intramurals. 
WHITFIELD, KATHERINE HEATH, Farmville. A.B., Ele- 
mentary Education; Kappa Delta; Colonial Echo; Young 
Republicans; Student Education Association; Pep Club. 
WILKINS. HARRY DAY, JR., Eastville. A.B., Business 
Administration; Young Republicans — Treasurer, Vice- 
Pres., Society for the Advancement of Management; 
Circle K Club; Canterbury Club. 



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A solemn procession, an 
academic hood, a valued 
sheepskin — the long-a- 
waited day becomes 
a reality. 




WILLEY, ROBERT H., JR., Springfield. A.B., Econom- 
ics; Kappa Sigma — Pledge Trainer; Economics Club — 
Vice Pres.; Society for the Advancement of Manage- 
ment; Freshman Swimming and Diving; Varsity Div- 
ing; Intramurals. 

WILLIAMS, GAIL TENNILLE, Springfield. B.S., Biology; 
Kappa Kappa Gamma; Senior Class Secretary; Student 
Association; Junior Class Vice-Pres.; Orientation Spon- 
sor; Women's Dormitory Council; Publications Com- 
mittee — Chairman; Biology Club; Circle K Sweetheart; 
Miss William and Mary. 

WILLIAMS, GARY MURDOCK, Jarratt. A.B., History; 
Colonial Echo; Flat Hat— Assistant Feature Editor; Cir- 
cle K Club: Young Republicans; Wesley Foundation. 



WILLIAMS, MARY JEAN, Newport News, 
ernment; Pi Beta Phi; Panhellenic Coun 
Club; Young Democrats; Newman Club. 
WILLIAMS, M. KAREN, Pembroke. B.S., 
Omega: Majorettes; Biology Club; Intra 
fer from Medical College of Virginia. 
WILLIAMS, PATRICIA ANNE, Fairfax. A.B 
Pi Delta Epsilon; Flat Hat; Canterbury Club. 



A.B., Gov- 

I; Spanish 



Biology; Chi 
lurals; Trans- 



English; 



WILLIAMS, RONALD ARTHUR, Sanford, North Caro- 
lina. A.B.. History; Dormitory Council; Circle K Club; 
Queen's Guard. 

WILSON, WALLACE LEE, JR., Hampton. A.B., Philoso- 
phy. 

WITTMUS, L. LINDSEY, Alexandria. B.S., Physics; Kap- 
pa Delta; Sigma Pi Sigma — Secretary; Flat Hat. 



ZABA, JOEL NORMAN, Norfolk. A.B., Sociology and 
Anthropology; Pi Lambda Phi — Scholarship Chairman; 
Dormitory Council — President; Dormitory Manager; In- 
ter-Fraternity Council — Treasurer; Colonial Echo; Flat 
Hat; Political Science Forum — Vice-Pres.; Intramurals. 
ZARNEGAR, BIZHAN, Arlington. B.S., Chemistry; Chem- 
istry Club— President. 

ZASSYLKIVSKY, EUGLENIA, Williamsburg. B.S., Physics; 
Pilot's Club— President. 




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Having reached the peak of their 
college careers, the juniors were 
able to look back over three 
years of intellectual endeavors 
and social development. At 
home on the campus, familiar 
with the faculty, and more ca- 
pable of acceptable college 
achievement, they developed a 
greater feeling of class unity as 
they worked, studied, and re- 
laxed together. 

PRESIDENT— Larry White 
VICE-PRES.— Roberta Ramsey 
SEC.-TREAS.— Dee Ford 
HISTORIAN— Cathleen Crofoot 




Dee Ford, Roberta Ramsey, Larry White. Cathleen Crofoot. 



Juniors Assume Positions of School Leadership 



ABBOTT, JEANNE CAROLYN, Danville. 

English. 

ACKERMAN, SPENCER PERRY, Purcellville. 

English. 

ACREE, NORA BATES, Newtown. Elemen- 

tary Education, Chi Omega. 

ALEXANDER, LILLIAN GERALDINE, Green- 

Wood, South Carolina. Business Education. 



ALLEN, NANCY TAYLOR, Arlington. Gov- 
ernment. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
ALPHIN, GARY WARREN, Buchanan. Bi- 
ology, Kappa Alpha. 

ANTHONY, CAROLYN ELLEN, Richmond. 
Government, Kappa Delta. 
ARMSTRONG, ERNEST HILTON, Virginia 
Beach. Sociology, Lambda Chi Apha. 



ARNETT, LINDA ANN, Abingdon. Psychol- 
ogy. 

ARNOLD, MARJORIE RAWL, Clinton, 
South Carolina. Psychology, Delta Delta 
Delta. 

ATKINSON, ALVAN WILLIAMS, Medford 
Lakes, New Jersey. Pre-Medicine, Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 

ATWELL, PATRICIA LYNNE, Severna Park, 
Maryland. History, Gamma Phi Beta. 



BABCOCK, RICHARD ROBERT, JR., Arling- 
ton. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

BAGBY, NANCY MAY, Falls Church. Eng- 
lish, Phi Mu. 

BAILEY, PATRICIA ANN, Charlottesville. 
Fine Arts, Delta Delta Delta. 
BAIRD, BARBARA KAY, Williamsburg. El- 
ementary Education, Gamma Phi Beta. 




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BANE, JOHN W., Hampton. History, 
Theta Delta Chi. 

BARBER, MERRILL JEAN, Vero Beach, 
Florida. Sociology, Kappa Kappa Gam- 
ma. 

BARKSDALE, SUZANNE LAVILLON, 
Lexington. History, Delta Delta Delta. 
BARRON, ELIZABETH DICKEY, Owens- 
boro, Kentucky. Mathematics, Chi Ome- 
ga. 



BASKERVILL, MARY JAMES, Stony 
Creek. Psychology, Delta Delta Delta. 
BATCHELOR, LINDA JEAN, McLean. 
Chemistry. 

BELL, JAMES ROBERT, Winter Haven, 
Florida. Biology, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
BELL, RANDALL THERON, Heidelburg, 
Germany. 



BENBOW, SUSAN TINDALL, Virginia 
Beach. Sociology, Kappa Kappa Gam- 

BENNETT, RAYMOND TERRY, Hamp- 
ton. Government. 

BENSTEN, RONALD EVERETT, Newport 
News. Government. 

BERGEMANN, HELENE G., Richmond. 
Sociology. 



BINNS, WILLIAM FIELDING, Glen Al- 
len. Business Administration, Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 

BISHOP, VIRGINIA ELIZABETH, Pe- 
tersburg. Elementary Education, Delta 
Delta Delta. 

BLANKINSHIP, JO ELLEN, Lynchburg. 
English. 

BOND, GEORGE THOMAS, III, Spring- 
field. Sociology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



BOOKER, J. LYNN, Alexandria. Soci- 
ology, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
BOONE, ALICE RAE, Arlington. Eng- 
lish, Phi Mu. 

BOTTO, RONALD WAYNE, Ambler, 
Pennsylvania. Psychology. 
BOWEN, SHERIDAN H., Newport 
News. Elementary Education. 



BOWMAN, SUSAN ELLEN, Penn Laird. 
English, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
BOYLAN, JAMES HAROLD, JR., Lynch- 
burg. Accounting. 

BRADENHAM, ROBERT EDWARD, Wil- 
liamsburg. Mathematics. 
BRADLEY, LOUIS CARTER, Arlington. 
Sociology. 



BRANYON, JAMES STANIEL, Williams- 
burg. Business Administration, Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 

BREKKE, TRON WALLACE, Arlington. 
Economics, Theta Delta Chi. 
BRETANA, ROSA JUDITH, Hampton. 
German, Pi Beta Phi. 

BROCK, CAROLYN MARIE, Norfolk. 
English, Phi Mu. 




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JUNIOR CLASS 



BROOKS, JOHN HANCOCK, JR., Titus- 

ville, Florida. Theater and Speech. 
BROWDER, JOSEPH WAYNE, Colonial 
Heights. Pre-Medicine. 

BROWER, JANE LYNNE, Monrovia, Cali- 
fornia. English. 

BROWN, ALLAN MERRIL, Chappagna, New 
York. History, Pi Lambda Phi. 



BROWN, MARY ALAN REDFIELD, Arling- 
ton. History, Kappa Alpha Theta. 
BRUCH, SUSAN IRENE, Alexandria. Ele- 
mentary Education, Phi Mu. 
BRYAN, ELIZABETH TARRIS, Herndon. Eng- 
lish. 

BRYANT, JUDITH RENE, Newport News. 
Alpha Chi Omega. 



BULLIS. E. WAYNE, Kilmarnock. Lambda 

Chi Alpha. 

BULWINKLE, VIVIAN GLADYS, Falls 

Church. Government, Delta Delta Delta. 

BURKS, GERALDINE MARTHA, Newport 

News. Spanish, Pi Beta Phi. 

BURLEIGH, PATRICIA CAROL, Arlington. 

Biology, Alpha Chi Omega. 



BUSHONG, JOYCE LEE, Woodstock. Eco- 
nomics. 

BUTLER, PATRICK HENRY, III, Alexandria. 
History. 

BUTT, MARGARET ANN, Chesapeake. Eng- 
lish. 

BUYNITZKY, STEPHEN JAMES, Arlington. 
Pre-Medicine. 



CALHOUN, PATRICIA ANN. Lynchburg. 
Biology, Alpha Chi Omega. 
CALLAHAN, LOUISE," Parkersburg, West 
Virginia. English, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
CAMPANA, ELLEN R., West Hempstead, 
New York. Government, Chi Omega. 
CARBONE, PAULA VIRGINIA, Ridgefield, 
New Jersey. Fine Arts, Chi Omeoa. 







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CARPINI. SHERRI LYNNE, Hampton. 

French, Pi Beta Phi. 

CARR, EDWARD W., Bethesda, Maryland. 

Business Administration, Sigma Nu. 

CARWILE, KAY HAWKINS, Ettrick. Eng- 

lish. 

CASEY, HOLLACE ANN, Haymarket. Music. 



CASSEL, CHESTER M., JR., Fairfax. So- 
ciology, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
CAYOT, BILLIE JILL, Falls Church. Mathe- 
matics, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
CHANEY, ROY MEDLEY, Lynchburg. Bi- 
ology, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
CHAPMAN, SANDRA AUTRY, Snyder, Tex- 
as. Elementary Education. 



CHIPPS, JAMES DULEY, San Antonio, Tex- 
as. Physics. 

CHRISTNER, MICHAEL, Beaver, Pennsyl- 
vania. Psychology, Phi Kappa Tau. 
CHRISTOFI, IRENE K., Newport News. Eng- 
lish. 

CLARK, ANN CLAIBORNE, Portsmouth. 
English, Alpha Chi Omega. 



CLAUSSEN, LARRY MICHAEL, Alexandria. 
History. 

COGGINS, CHRISTINE ANN, Chesapeake. 
Elementary Education, Kappa Alpha Theta. 
COLEMAN, RODERICK MERRILL, Gate 
City. Mathematics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
COLOMBARO, BILLIE ELAYNE, White 
Stone. Psychology. 



CONAWAY, WILLIAM HENRY, George, 
Delaware. Business Management, Kappa 
Alpha. 

CONNER, JUDY RUTH, Newport News. 
Elementary Education. 

CONWAY, DAVID LAWRENCE, Hampton. 
History. 

COOKE, JANETTE SUSAN, Cleveland, Ten- 
nessee. Philosophy, Delta Delta Delta. 



COOKE, SUSAN ELIZABETH, Williamsburg. 

Fine Arts. 

COOPER, JAMES R., Springfield. English, 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

CORY, THOMAS LEE, Columbus. Ohio. 

Psychology. 

COSS, MARY PATRICIA, Arlington. History. 



COX, CHARLES DONALD, Amherst, Massa- 
chusetts. Biology, Sigma Nu. 
CRAWFORD, SUSAN STITELY, Roanoke. 
English, Kappa Alpha Theta. 
CREECY, ROBERT PIERCE, Portsmouth. Gov- 
ernment. 

CRIST, MALCOLM KENNETH, Shippens- 
burg, Pennsylvania. Accounting. Phi Kappa 
Tau. 



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CROFOOT, CATHLEEN CECELIA, Bethesda 

Maryland. English, Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

CROOKS, KIRAN KENNEY, Richmond. Biology 

Sigma Pi. 

CROWGEY, PRISCILLA ANNE, Wytheville. Eng 

lish, Pi Beta Phi. 

CULLEN, PATRICIA ANN, Fredericksburg. Sec 

ondary Education. 

CURCURU, STEVEN NICHOLS, Weston, Con 

necticut. Business Administration. 

CURTIS, RUTH MERRILL, Newport News. So 

ciology. 

CUSWORTH, BARBARA RUTH, Newport News 

Mathematics, Kappa Alpha Theta. 

DAVIS, HOWARD THOMAS, JR., Atlanta 

Georgia. History. 

DELANEY, MICHAEL LEONARD, Falls Church 

History, Theta Delta Chi. 

DICKINSON, JULIA ANN, Richmond. Psychol 

ogy, Delta Delta Delta. 

DINTERMAN, DAVID ROGER, Vienna. Biology. 

DIXON, VIRGINIA LEE, Aberdeen, South Dakota 

History. 



DODRILL, JANE ANN, McLean. History. 
DOMAGALSKI, SHARYN L., Petersburg. English, 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

DONEHOWER, ERNEST JOHN, Wilmington, 
Delaware. Geology, Phi Kappa Tau. 
DOTSON, WILMA ERCELLA, Grundy. History. 
DRISCOLL, IRVING SEARS, JR., Buckingham. 
Mathematics. 

DRISCOLL, ROBERT COURTNEY, Richmond. His- 
tory. 



DYE, JOSEPH MERL, III, North Platte, Nebraska. 
History. 

DYSON, NANCY, Portsmouth. Education. 
ELLIS, ROBERT BENJAMIN, Newport News. Bi- 
ology. 

ERDMAN, RICHARD CENTREL, Harrisonburg. 
Psychology. 

EYE, LELIA RUTH, Harrisonburg. Elementary Ed- 
ucation, Chi Omega. 
FALLON, JANE, Newport News. History. 

FEREBEE, DIANE GAYLE, Norfolk. Elementary 
Education, Chi Omega. 

FINBURG, JACK SHELDON, Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania. Sociology. 

FITZGERALD, KATHIE SCOTT, Newport News. 
English. 

FLETCHER, MILDRED BUCKNER, Sperryville. 
Pre-Law. 

FOMBELL, LINDA KAY, East Chesapeake. Fine 
Arts, Phi Mu. 

FORD, DENISE ELORA, Alexandria. Delta Delta 
Delta. 

FOSTER, ELIZABETH MOORE, Roanoke. Elemen 

tary Education. 

FOSTER, JEFFREY RAND, Arlington. Biology 

Sigma Pi. 

FROMM, ROBERT THOMAS, Richmond. Ac 

counting, Sigma Pi. 

FROST, KATHIE JEAN, Newport News. Psycho 

ogy, Gamma Phi Beta. 

GABER, JEFFREY BURTON, Arlington. Economics 

Theta Delta Chi. 

GALVIN, SUZANNE ROSEMARIE, Bon Air 

French. 

GAPP, DAVID ALGER, Vienna. Biology. 
GARNETT, HENRY DUNCAN, JR., Newport 
News. 

GARRETT, JOHN HENRY, III, Mechanicsburg, 
Pennsylvania. Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
GARY, JEAN SHARON, Newport News. Biology. 
GATES, LAURENCE EMORY, Dedham, Massa- 
chusetts. Chemistry. 

GELOTTE, KAREN ANN, Timonium, Maryland. 
Elementary Education, Alpha Chi Omega. 



Exeter Exchange Student Lynn Skerrett 
Spends Junior Year Studying in England 




No sleep, no food — is a degree worth it? 




GIANGRANDE, DIANE, Williamsburg. 
History. Phi Mu. 

GLESENKAMP, RANDALL C, Eliza- 
beth, Pennsylvania. Physical Education. 



GOOD, MARGARET ANNE, Wilming- 
ton, Delaware. History, Alpha Chi 
Omega. 

GOOLSBY, VIRGINIA SUZANNE, 
Newport News. History, Pi Beta Phi. 



GORDON, WILLIAM FORREST, Ports- 
mouth. Geology. 

GOVE, ANNE MARGARET, Concord, 
New Hampshire. Government, C h i 
Omega. 



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GOWIN, CHRISTOPHER RAY, Lynchburg. 
Philosophy, Siqma Nu. 

GRAHAM, SAMUEL MONROE, JR., Rom- 
ney, West Virginia. Psychology. 
GRANSTEIN, MARK HOWARD, West Hart- 
ford, Connecticut. History. 
GRANT, CAROLYN LOUISE, Tiburon, Cali- 
fornia. Fine Arts. 



GRANT, HELEN LAWSON, Danville. Philos- 
ophy. 

GRAY, ROBERT WAYNE, Newport News. 
History. 

GREENAWALT, ROSE ANNE, Hopewell. 
Sociology. 

GRIFFIN, IRENE ELIZABETH, Smithfield. 
Secondary Education. 



GRONER, FREDERICA PACE, White Stone. 
Business Administration. 

HALEY, JOHN HARRIS, Richmond. Business 
Administration, Pi Lambda Phi. 
HALEY, ROBERT M., Fredricksburg. Eco- 
nomics, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
HALL, ROGER WILCO, Bedford, Massachu- 
setts. History. 



HANLEY, GEORGE FRANCIS, Williams- 
burg. Fine Arts. 

HANSBROUGH, JON JEFFREY, Roanoke. 
English, Phi Kappa Tau. 

HARKESS, SHIRLEY JANE, Alexandria. So- 
ciology, Pi Beta Phi. 

HARLOW, CAROL ANN, Mineral. Soci- 
ology. 



HARNSBERGER, ADELAIDE KEMPER, Port 
Republic. English, Delta Delta Delta. 
HARRELL, DWAINE RICHARD, Arlington. 
Sociology, Phi Kappa Tau. 
HARTLEBEN, PATRICIA DIANE, Parkers- 
burg, West Virginia. Theater and Speech, 
Chi Omega. 

HATCH, ALEXIA HARRIET, Newport News. 
Biology. 



HAUSS, JOHN E., Richmond. Sociology, 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

HAY, LINDA JANE, Crewe. Education. 
HAYMES, WILLIAM E., JR., Sandston. Eco- 
nomics, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
HAYNES, RICHARD BENJAMIN, Lancaster. 
History. 



HEENAN, DAVID E., Morrisville, Pennsyl- 
vania. Mathematics, Phi Kappa Tau. 
HEITMANEK, CAROL ANN, Alexandria. 
Mathematics, Delta Delta Delta. 
HENDERSON, LINDA ANN, Williamsburg. 
Fine Arts. 
HENRETTA, DAVID, Williamsburg. History. 





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HERBERT, BARBARA M., Portsmouth. Soci- 
ology, Pi Beta Phi. 

HILL, MILDRED KATHRYN, Colonial 
Heights. History, Kappa Delta. 
HITCHENS, MAMIE RUTH, Williamsburg. 
Elementary Education. 

HOCHHEIMER, JOHN THOMAS, Newport 
News. Chemistry. 



HOCKMAN, JAMES BEVERLEY, Winchester. 

Government. 

HOCUTT, MARY ANNE, Newark, Delaware. 

History, Pi Beta Phi. 

HODGES, ROBERT A., Richmond. Pre-Medi- 

cine. 

HODNETT, MICHAEL KENT, Martinsville. 

History. 



HOFBAUER, MARGARET A., Falls Church. 

Business Administration. 

HOFFMAN, WILLIAM EDWARD, Albany, 

Georgia. Philosophy, Kappa Sigma. 

HOGAN, SHARON ANNE, Cherokee, Iowa. 

History, Pi Beta Phi. 

HOLLAND, MICHAEL PAUL, Newport 

News. Anthropology, Sigma Nu. 



HOLMES, KAROL VESTA, Colonial Heights. 
English, Kappa Alpha Theta. 
HOLMQUIST, RICHARD C, JR., Richmond. 
HOPKINSON, SUE ANN, Falls Church. 
Business Administration, Alpha Chi Omega. 
HOWARD, JAMES EWING, Alexandria. 
Theta Delta Chi. 




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HUBBARD, DIANA LOUISE, Newport 
News. 

HUDDLESTON, LEE VERNE, JR., Glas- 
gow. History. 

HUDGINS, LOUISE JESSICA, Bavon. 
Physics, Chi Omega. 

HUDSON, HELEN MARIE, Stony 
Creek. Biology. 



HUGO, JOHN ADAM, II, Bridgeport, 
Connecticut. Psychology. 
HUNSOCKER, CARL WAYNE, New- 
port News. Fine Arts. 

JACKSON, JOHN ALEXANDER, Alex- 
andria. History. 

JAGGER, ROBERT LOUIS, Bethpage, 
New York. Lambda Chi Alpha. 



JEBO, JERRY KENNETH, Alexandria. 

Government. 

JOHNSON, CATHERINE B., Clifford. 

Chemistry, Kappa Delta. 

JOHNSON, GARY B., Virginia Beach. 

English, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT A., Annandale. 

Pre-Dental, PI Kappa Alpha. 



JONES, CAROL EILEEN, Richmond. 

English. 

JONES, REBECCA LAURA, Falls 

Church. Biology, Phi Mu. 

KALE, W. WILFORD, JR., Charlotte, 

North Carolina. History. 

KEAHEY, ELIZABETH, Fairfax. History, 

Gamma Phi Beta. 



KEMP, JEAN L., Norfolk. Psychology, 
Chi Omega. 

KEYES, ROYAL MICHAEL, North Can- 
ton, Ohio. Accounting, Sigma Phi Epsi- 
lon. 

KILGORE, CHARLES E.. McLean. Phi- 
losophy. 

KING, ANN POWER, Yorktown. Edu- 
cation. 



KING, GARY GILLETTE, Rescue. Bi- 
ology, Kappa Alpha. 

KING, ROBERT E., Hampton. Pre-Medi- 
cine. 

KING— HARMAN, MICHAEL C, Wash- 
ington, D. C. Economics. 
KOERNER, JANICE DIANA, Falls 
Church. Sociology, Kappa Alpha Theta. 



KRAUSS, HARRY EDWARD, III, Upper 

Darby, Pennsylvania. History. 

KRYM, SALLY JANET, Williamsburg. 

Elementary Education. 

KUSHNER. SAMUEL ALBERT, JR., Dan- 

ville. History, Pi Lambda Phi. 

KYLE, JOHN PAGE, Roanoke. English. 







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LANGDON, DANIEL CURTIS, Tulsa 
Oklahoma. Chemistry. 



LATHAM, ELIZABETH JANE, Williams- 
burg. Business Education. 



LAUGHLIN, MARY I., Newport News. 

Sociology, Gamma Phi Beta. 

LAWLER, JAMES NEALE, Richmond. 

History. 

LAWSON, DIANA SUZANNE, Colonial 

Heights. Economics. 

LAWSON, GLENN ALFRED, Newport 

News. Business Administration. 



LEBENSON, BERNARD STEPHEN, Bronx, 

New York. Chemistry. 

LEE, LINDA MASON, Surry. English. 

LEE, MICHAEL VINCENT, Alexandria. 

Business Administration. 

LEE, RUSSELL FRANCIS, Falls Church. 

Psychology. 



LEVENBERG, STEPHEN B„ Arlington. 
Psychology, Pi Lambda Phi. 
LEWIS, JAMES W., Philadelphia, Penn- 
sylvania. English, Theta Delta Chi. 
LINDARS, JOHN LAURENCE, Darien, 
Connecticut. Sociology, Lambda Chi 
Alpha. 

LIPPERT, JOHN CHARLES, Paris, 
France. Economics. 



LONGERBEAM, DIANNE R., Falls 
Church. Sociology. 

LONS, WOODROW WILSON, JR., Vi- 
enna. Government. 

LOUGHRAN, VALERIE JEAN, Hamp- 
ton. History. 

LOVELACE, RONALD LEE, Gladys. 
Business Administration. 




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Students enjoy 
Greek Weekend 
-i Blow Gym. 



LOWERY, JOHN DAVID, Arlington. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

LUSARDI, JEAN CAROLYN, Brookneal. 
Topical Science, Gamma Phi Beta. 
LYNCH, HAROLD FRANCIS, Williams- 
burg. Government, Kappa Sigma. 



LYNHAM, JOHN A., Ill, Lynchburg. 
Government. 

LYON, ANN THOMAS, Richmond. An- 
cient Languages, Alpha Chi Omega. 
LYON, SUSAN TRAFTON, Virginia 
Beach. French. 



MANN, MARGARET FRANCES, Wil- 
liamsburg. English. 

MARCHANT, LARRY JOSEPH, Mc- 
Lean. Philosophy, Lambda Chi Alpha. 
MARCY, STEVEN KENT, Alexandria. 
Physics, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



MARSHALL, CHERYL DIANNE, Vir- 
ginia Beach. Gamma Phi Beta. 
MARSTON, HAROLD W., JR., Dune- 
din, Florida. English, Sigma Alpha Ep- 
silon. 

MASON, PAMELA GALE, Lynchburg. 
Elementary Education, Pi Beta Phi. 



MATHEWS, DONNA LYNN, Critten- 
den. Psychology. 

MAYER, LINDA DEBORAH, Pittsburgh, 
Pennsylvania. History, Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 

McCANDLISH, CHARLES S., JR., 
Waynesboro. Chemistry, Theta Delta 
Chi. 



McCOTTER, JOSEPH R., JR., Chesa- 
peake. Biology. 

McGHEE, BONNIE SHARON, Wood- 
bridge. Elementary Education, Gamma 
Phi Beta. 

McGUIRE, JAMES D., Hopewell. Physi- 
cal Education, Sigma Nu. 



MclVOR, ROBERT THEODORE, Alex- 

andria. Mathematics. 

McKAY, NEVA JANE, Severna Park, 

Maryland. Fine Arts, Chi Omega. 

McNAIRY, NANCY COX, Greensboro, 

North Carolina. Fine Arts, Delta Delta 

Delta. 




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McNIEL, SUSAN REBECCA, Harrisonburg. 

Chemistry. 

MEDINGER, JOHN LINDNER, Falls Church. 

Sociology, Pi Lambda Phi. 

MENGES, MIRIAM POST, Seaford. Fine 

Arts. 

MENTZER, ROBERT M., JR., Doylestown, 

Pennsylvania. Sigma Pi. 



MILLER, GEORGE HOLLIS, Falls Church. 
Physics. 

MIRMELSTEIN, EDWARD B., Newport News. 
Biology. 

MOORE, PATRICIA DIANE, Newport News. 
Biology. 

MORIARTY, EMILY JEAN, Arlington. Gov- 
ernment, Kappa Alpha Theta. 



MORRIS, JUDYTHE ANN, Alexandria. Bi- 
ology, Kappa Delta. 

MORRIS, LORNA LEE, Nokesville. French. 
MURPHY, MARY LYNN, Suffolk. English, 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

NEW, HARRY ELMER, JR., Newport News. 
Accounting, Kappa Alpha. 



NICHOLSON, CHARLES W., Lakeland, 

Florida. French. 

NILES, THOMAS RUSSELL, JR., Staunton. 

Economics, Pi Kappa Alpha. 

NOLAN, KAREN MARGARET, Newport 

News. History. 

NORTHWAY, MARGARET GAY, Houston, 

Texas. Pre-Medicine, Kappa Alpha Theta. 



NUERNBERGER, MARY ANN, Chambers- 
burg, Pennsylvania. Sociology, Kappa Kappa 
Gamma. 

NUESSLE, PETER RAYMOND, Aiken, South 
Carolina. Government. 

NUNNALLY, ROBERT WAYNE, Williams- 
burg. 

OLIVER, CHARLES WILLIAM, Charlottes- 
ville. History, Lambda Chi Alpha. 



OLLICE, LEWIS EDWARD, Portsmouth. 
Business Administratron, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
O'NEILL, EVERETT MICHAEL, Colonial 
Beach. Biology, Siqma Phi Epsilon. 
ORRICK, NICHOLAS CROMWELL, Oak 
Ridge, Tennessee. Physics. 

OWEN, ROBERT WILLIAM, Honolulu, Ha- 
waii. Accounting, Kappa Sigma. 



OWRE, MARTHA LEONORA, Lubbock. 

Texas. Sociology and Anthropology, Kappa 

Delta. 

PALMORE, FRED, Hanover. History, Sigma 

Pi. 

PARKINSON, KATHLEEN ANN, Roanoke. 

Business Management. 

PARKS, WALTA GAIL, Tangier. Elementary 

Education. 



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PARROH, BARBARA GAIL, Exmore. 
English. 

PASTORE, JULIE ANN, Richmond. Eng- 
lish. 

PAULSON, MARY LOUISE, Hampton. 
Mathematics. 

PECK, BARBARA SUE, Arlington. 
French, Gamma Phi Beta. 



PEPE, RAYMOND ALAN, Hampton. 
English. 

PETRALIA, RONALD J., Flushing, New 
York. Psychology, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
PHILLIPS, KAREN JANE, Franklinville, 
New York. Sociology, Phi Mu. 
PLYBON, ROBERTA LITTLETON, Alex- 
andria. Sociology, Pi Beta Phi. 



POMEROY, BENJAMIN BRADBURY, 

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Sociology, 

Kappa Sigma. 

POND, ASHTON WRIGHT, Ettrick. 

Chemistry. 

POND, SUSAN LEE, Newport News. 

Elementary Education. 

PORTER, BRENDA LOUISE, Colonial 

Heights. English. 



PRATT, HENRY JONATHAN, Newport 

News. History, Lambda Chi Alpha. 

PRATT, MARGARET DALE, Arlington. 

History, Kappa Delta. 

PRESTRIDGE, ALFRED B., Norfolk. 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

PURCELL, ROBERT ALLAN, Arlington. 

Sociology, Lambda Chi Alpha. 



QUALLS, LARRY BENTON, Plant City, 
Florida. English. 

RAMSEY, FRANCES ROBERTA, New- 
port News. Psychology, Gamma Phi 
Beta. 

RAPP, JERE LOUIS, Lancaster, Penn- 
sylvania. Economics. 

REESE, SANDRA FRANCES, Williams- 
burg. History, Phi Mu. 



Chevy 
Newport 



RICHARDS, JOHN ANTHONY, An- 

nandale. Psychology. 
RIEPMA, ELIZABETH BLAIR, 
Chase, Maryland. History. 
RILEY, JENNIFER LOU, 
News. Elementary Education. 
ROBERTSON, BONNIE L. T., Peters- 
burg. Fine Arts, Pi Beta Phi. 



ROBERTSON, JAMES EDMOND, Knox- 

ville, Tennessee. Government. 

ROBERTSON, SUSAN KAY, Shreveport, 

Louisiana. Elementary Education, Kappa 

Alpha Theta. 

ROBINSON, BONNIE H., Hillsville. 

Economics, Kappa Delta. 

ROBINSON, JOHN MORGAN, Gas- 

tonia, North Carolina. Spanish. 







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ROTON, CECELIA ANN, Niagara Falls, 

New York. History, Phi Mu. 

ROWE, LESLIE DWIGHT, Newport News. 

Government. 



ROWLAND, JOHN DAVID, Sutherland. 

Chemistry. 

ROWLAND, ROBERT C, JR., Chesapeake. 

Pre-Medicine, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



RUBIN, VIVIEN EDNA, Washington, D.C. 
English. 

RUMPLER, JAMES WAILES, Fairfax. Soci- 
ology, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 




Homecoming 1965 finds Elaine Thorn- 
ton and her partner doing "The Jerk." 



Steve Marcy, Larry White are Among Fall Initiates of ODK 




RYDER. NATALIE FRANKLIN, Akron, Ohio. Elementary Educa- 
tion, Kappa Alpha Theta. 

SALLENGER, RUTH ALICE, Virginia Beach. Sociology, Chi 
Omega. 

SARTORIO, PAUL LAURENS, Valley Stream, New York. Phi- 
losophy. 



SAVAGE, ANN CARY, Virginia Beach. Fine Arts. 

SAVAGE, THOMAS MOORE, Suffolk. Sociology. 

SAYERS, NICHOLAS CRAIG, Franklin Park, Illinois. History, 

Kappa Sigma. 



SAYS, DONNA SUE, Virginia Beach. Government, Pi Beta Phi. 
SCHONFELD, RUBY GAIL, Portsmouth. English, Gamma Phi 
Beta. 

SCHWARTING, HENRY VICTOR, Scottsville. Physical Educa- 
tion. 




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SCOn, BERNARD THOMAS, Rich- 
mond. English. 

SCOn, WILLIAM LLOYD, JR., Fair- 
fax. Economics. 

SEAY, ANN AUSTIN, Norfolk. Fine 
Arts. 

SEDWICK, MARY FRANCES, Luray. 
Government, Kappa Delta. 



SESSOMS, ANN HERIOT, Shenandoah. 

Biology, Phi Mu. 

SESSOMS, ELIZABETH S., Shenandoah. 

Mathematics. 

SHACOCHIS, THOMAS J., McLean. 

Biology. 

SHAW, JAMES STAFFORD, Arlington. 

Sociology, Pi Kappa Alpha. 



SHEA, PEDER MICHAEL, Yorktown. 
Mathematics, Kappa Alpha. 
SHEFFIELD, LINDA GAIL, Farmville. 
Pre-Medicine. 

SHELLEY, MARILYN KENAN, Williams- 
burg. English. 

SHELLY, RICHARD WILSON, Alexan- 
dria. Pre-Medicine. 



SHERMAN, LARRY NEWTON, New- 
port News. Economics. 
SHORES, LUCILLE PATRICIA, Ulster, 
Pennsylvania. French. 

SHOWALTER, EDNA LOCKETT, Ken- 
bridge. Spanish. 

SIEVERS, CHARLES F., Arlington. Eco- 
nomics, Theta Delta Chi. 



SIMPSON, JOAN EVE, Squantum. Mas- 
sachusetts. Biology, Pi Beta Phi. 
SKOGEN, CYNTHIA ANNE M., Char- 
lottesville. Spanish, Kappa Alpha Theta. 
SLOBE, ALAN KEITH, Fort Leaven- 
worth, Kansas. Government, Kappa 
Sigma. 

SMART, SAMUEL COOPER, White 
Stone. Biology, Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



SMITH, JAMES MICHAEL, Alexandria. 
English. 

SMITH, LEILA SHARON, Alexandria. 
Mathematics, Gamma Phi Seta. 
SMITH, RICHARD MEREDITH, Virginia 
Beach. Accounting, Theta Delta Chi. 
SMITH, SHELBY MYRICK, Arlington. 
Elementary Education. 



SOLOMON, MARCIA D., Newport 
News. Sociology. 

SPAULDING, THOMAS BURLEY, Alex- 
andria. History, Pi Lambda Phi. 
SPENCER, BETTY JEAN, Richmond. Ed- 
ucation, Alpha Chi Omega. 
SPIRN, STUART DOUGLAS, Williams- 
burg. History, Pi Lambda Phi. 









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ture taking! 



JUNIOR CLASS 




SPRINKEL, MARY JANE, Mechanics- 
ville. Fine Arts, Chi Omega. 
STANGE, PATRICK WILLIAM, Falls 
Church. Psychology. 

STANSBURY, BARBARA LOUISE, Rich 
mond. Music Education. 
STEDMAN, MARY MACKALL, Arling- 
ton. History, Alpha Chi Omega. 



STEIB, BARTHOLOMEW J. M., Arling- 
ton. Sociology, Pi Kappa Alpha. 
STEIDTMANN, ROBERT F., JR., Vir- 
ginia Beach. English, Kappa Alpha. 
STERLING, CAROLYN JOYCE, Glou- 
cester. Elementary Education. 
STEWART, THOMAS JAMES, Bronx, 
New York. Ancient Languages. 



STOKES, EMMA JEAN, Arlington. So- 
ciology. 

STONE, NANCY TERESA, Martinsville. 
Sociology and Anthropology. 
STONEHAM, ANN NEVILLE, Atlanta, 
Georgia. English, Chi Omega. 
STOUT, CHARLES FORREST, Spring- 
field. Business, Kappa Alpha. 



STRADER, MARY ELIZABETH, Rich- 
mond. History, Alpha Chi Omega. 
STURGES, CHRISTINE ANNE, New 

Canaan, Connecticut. English, Kappa 

Delta. 

SUTHERLAND, DON PAGE, Norfolk. 

History. 

SWANSON, SUZANNE, Danville. 

Mathematics, Pi Beta Phi. 




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SWARTZ, IDA SUE, Mount Jackson. His- 
tory. 

SWEENEY, KAYE A., Forest. Sociology. 
SWEET, PALMER COWLES, Charlottesville. 
Geology. 



TACKETT, RANDALL BRYAN, Hampton. 
Pre-Law. 

TATE, SANDRA RAY, Mechanicsville. Ele- 
mentary Education, Alpha Chi Omega. 
TEMES, SANFORD POSNICK, Woodridge, 
New York. Biology. 



Newly Created Social Activities Committee 




THOMPSON, THERESA, Bedford. Philosophy and Latin, Kappa Alpha 

Theta. 

THORNTON, ELAINE SCOTT, Springfield. German, Delta Delta 

Delta. 

TRAUTMAN, THOMAS SCOTT, Jacksonville, Florida. Sociology, 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 



TRAYLOR, JAMES RUSSELL, Colonial Heights. English. 

TRAYLOR, SOPHIA Z., Hopewell. English. 

TRICE, LINDA JEAN, Washington, D. C. Government, Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 



TUGGLE, LORENE MAY, Lynchburg. History. 

TUPPER, KATHRYN LYNN, Nashville, Tennessee. Fine Arts, Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

TURNER, DENNIS, Arlington. Business Administration. 



TURNER, MARY FRANCES, Arlington. Elementary Education. 

UHL, LAURIE SUSAN, Allison Park, Pennsylvania. Education, Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

ULLRICH, THOMAS WILLIAM, Falls Church. Economics, Theta 

Delta Chi. 



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VAKOS, WILLIAM JOHN, Virginia 
Beach. Business Administration, Lambda 
Chi Alpha. 

VANCHO, CATHERINE MARY, Wil- 
liamsburg. Elementary Education. 
VASILIOU, MARGARET ELLEN, Roan- 
oke. Government. 

WAKERLIN, NIKKI HELEN, Chicago, 
Illinois. English, Alpha Chi Omega. 



WALDREP, SHIRLEY JO, Boydton. 
English. 

WALES, LINDA MARY, Axton. History. 
WALKER, PRISCILLA ANN, Wood- 
bridge. History, Delta Delta Delta. 
WALTER, GARY DONALD, Poland, 
Ohio. Economics, Kappa Sigma. 




Plans Leisure Time Events for Class of '67 








WARD, MARY EVE, West Memphis, 

Arkansas. History, Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 

WEAVER, VALENDON RUTH, Fairfax. 

Sociology and Anthropology, Gamma 

Phi Beta. 

WELLS, I. FAYE, Rockville, Maryland. 

Sociology. 

WEST, ROBERT BRUCE, Cedar Grove, 

New Jersey. History, Sigma Nu. 



WESTBROOK, WILLIAM E., JR., 

Chester. Sigma Pi. 

WHEELER, CHARLES THOMAS, Ar- 

lington. Ancient Languages. 

WHITAKER, LAWRENCE GEORGE, 

Alexandria. German. 

WHITE, MARY CHARLES, Hampton. 

Elementary Education, Alpha Chi 

Omega. 



WHITE, ROBERT LAWRENCE, Arling- 
ton. Biology. 

WHITEHEAD, S. JOYCE, Roseland. 
Music. 

WIGGINS, THOMAS R., Vienna. Psy- 
chology, Phi Kappa Tau. 
WILLARD, RONALD H., Portsmouth. 
Economics, Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 



WILLIAMS, JOHN WHARTON, Silver 
Spring, Maryland. Geology. 
WILLIAMS, KENNETH LEWIS, Mar- 
gate, New Jersey. Physical Education, 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

WILLIAMS, WALTER W., Portsmouth. 
Business Management. 
WILLIAMSON, RONALD J., Washing- 
ton, D. C. English. 




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WILLIS, WILLIAM MORROW, 
Portsmouth. Biology. 
WILLNER, ROBERT GEORGE, Ar- 
lington. Business, Theta Delta Chi. 



WINDLE, CHARLES BEVERLY, 

Richmond. Biology. 
WINDLEY, SARAH R., Lucama, 
North Carolina. Elementary Edu- 
cation. 




WINFREE, ANN LEWIS, Rich- 
mond. Sociology, Delta Delta 
Delta. 

WITHOL, ELIZABETH M., Chin- 
coteague. Business Administration. 



WITTY, THOMAS E., JR., Newport 
News. Biology. 

WORLEY, RAE ELLEN, Athens, 
Greece. Chemistry, Chi Omega. 



WORRELL, HOWARD W., JR., 

Richmond. Sociology. 

WRIGHT, BEVERLY JO, Hunts- 

ville, Alabama. Fine Arts. 



WRIGHT, FRANKLIN L., Penn- 

saulcen, New Jersey. English, Sigma 

Pi. 

YODER, SUSAN JANE, Newport 

News. English. 




YOUNGBLOOD, CLEVIE C, Ar- 
lington. History, Gamma Phi Beta 
ZWENIG, FRANCES ANNE, Ar- 
lington. Government. 




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The Sophomore Class plunged enthusiastic- 
ally into a year filled with great responsi- 
bility and new opportunities. It was a year 
which buzzed with social activities but also 
demanded intensified study. The class 
worked together and partied together, ad- 
vised the freshmen, renewed old friendships 
and developed new ones. Sophomores de- 
clared their majors in the spring semester 
and prepared themselves for the positions 
of leadership which will be their responsi- 
bility in the coming two years. 



PRESIDENT— Robert Clay 
VICE-PRES.— Johnne Whicker 
SEC.-TREAS.— Blythe Baldwin 
HISTORIAN— Laurie Richardson 




Robert Clay, Johnne Wicker, Laurie Richardson, Blythe Baldwin. 



Soph Officers Prepare Freshman Directory 




ABARBANEL, PETER DON, New York, New 

York. 

ABERCROMBIE, CLARA REID, McLean. 

Kappa Delta. 

ABICHT, SANDRA RITA, Newport News. 

ADAMS, ALEXIA DELL, Newport News. 

AKERS, DORISLEE, Alexandria. Kappa Delta. 



ALBEE, JUDITH LYNN, Charlottesville. 
ALLEY, WAYNE MOSBY, Richmond. 
ALVIS, ELIZABETH HUNTLEY, Fairfax. 
AMORY, ROBERT F., Williamsburg. 
AMSBAUGH. DIANA FAY, Vienna. 



ANDERSON, CLAIRE HOWELL, Knoxville, 
Tennessee. 

ANDERSON, DAVID H., Birmingham, Ala- 
bama. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

ANDREWS, SUSAN CLOCKER, Alexandria. 
Kappa Delta. 

APPLEGATE, CHARLES EDWARD, Virginia 
Beach. 

APPLER, DAVID VAN, Berkeley Heights, 
New Jersey. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



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ARMENTROUT, REGINA ANN, Rich- 
mond. Gamma Phi Beta. 
ARNOLD, ELLEN ANN, Winter Park, 
Florida. Chi Omega. 

ASBURRY, LOIS GERTRUDE, Martins- 
ville. 

ATKINS, MARTHA KAY, Staunton. Pi 
Beta Phi. 

AUDET, BENJAMIN HOBART, Ports- 
mouth. 

AUGUSTINE, GRETA ANN, Colonial 
Heights. 

BAGLEY, CAROL ANN, Richmond. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
BAGLEY, JAMES LYLE, Chesapeake. 
BAILEY, JOHN EDWARD, JR., Wil- 
liamsburg. 
BAKER, JANET LOUISE, Arlington. 



BAKER, THOMAS OLIVER, Miami, 
Florida. 

BALDWIN, PRISCILLA BLYTHE, Alex- 
andria. Delta Delta Delta. 
BALLANCE WILLIAM M., Jarratt. 
BANNING, LINDA RAE, Rochelle, Illi- 
nois. 

BARNES, WILLIAM ARMSTEAD, JR., 
Stony Creek. 

BARNETT, RICARDA ANN, Newport 

News. 

BARNETT, WILLIAM GEORGE, Sand- 

ston. Sigma Pi. 

BARNEY, GRETCHEN LEE, Richmond. 
Alpha Chi Omega. 

BAROCCO, DIANA, Elkland, Pennsyl- 
vania. Gamma Phi Beta. 
BASSUENER, BARBARA ANN, Falls 
Church. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 




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minute facts. 



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BATTAGLIA, CAROL, Springfield. 
BAUMGAERTEL, JOANNE KAY, Fail 



BEADLING, LESLIE CRAIG, Elizabeth, 

Pennsylvania. Sigma Nu. 

BEARD, JOHN COLEMAN, Charlottes- 



BEAZLEY, LINDA LEE, Montpelier. 
BECKROGE, JUDITH LOUISE, Norfolk. 




BEERS, ROBERT WILSON, Yardley, Penn- 
sylvania. 

BEIRNE, HAROLD RAYMOND, JR., Lynch- 
burg. 

BENDER, CAROL AMORY, Allentown, Penn- 
sylvania. Gamma Phi Beta. 
BENEDICT, ROSEMARIE, Lexington. 
BENNETT, PENELOPE, San Mateo, Florida. 



BENSON, E. LORRAINE, Columbia, South 

Carolina. 

BERGER, CHARLES HARRY, La Paz, Bolivia. 

Theta Delta Chi. 

BERGER, MARTHA ELLEN, Gretna. 

BERMAN, HERBERT SETH, Lynchburg. 

BEVILLE, SUSAN PATRICIA, Chester. 



BIGGS, DIANA, Langley Air Force Base. 
BINZER, RENEE, Toledo, Ohio. 
BJORKBACK, CATHY E., Riverside, Con- 
necticut. Chi Omega. 
BLACK, FREDRICK SCOTT, Broadway. 
BLAIR, ROBERT ALLEN, Suffolk. Sigma Pi. 




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BLANCHARD, KATE ELIZABETH, McLean. 

BLANKENSHIP, VICTORIA LEE, Lynchburg. 

Delta Delta Delta. 

BOAZ, ANN SOMERS, Sandston. 

BOAZ, ELIZABETH LYNN, Norfolk. 

BOBERG, JAMES RICHARD, Valley Stream, 

New York. Pi Kappa Alpha. 



BOCOCK, SANDRA, West Orange, New 

Jersey. 

BODO, JUDITH KAREN, Hampton. Alpha 

Chi Omega. 

BOGARDUS, WILLIAM STEPHEN, McLean. 

BOGGS, OLIVIAN RUSSELL, Fort Riley, 

Kansas. 

BOLTON, HELEN SUZANNE, Arlington. 



BONETA, CAROL ANN, Alexandria. 
BONIFANT, NANCY LEE, Silver Spring, 
Maryland. Chi Omega. 
BONNER, DANIEL BRUCE, Petersburg. 
BOOKER, JUDITH ANN, Annandale. 
BORLESKE, STEPHEN GUSTAV, West 
Friendship, Maryland. 



BOYKIN, RONALD D., Arlington. Pi Kappa 
Alpha. 

BOYSEN, FREDERICK OTTO, Haddonfield, 
New Jersey. Phi Kappa Tau. 
BRADSHAW, WILLIAM PATTERSON, Kan- 
sas City, Missouri. Sigma Pi. 
BRAGG, DAVID GORDON, Bena. 
BRANHAM, JEAN ELIZABETH, Martinsville. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 




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talgic thoughts. 



BRECHBILL, LINDA LOUISE, Falls 
Church. 

BREMER, ELIZABETH ANNE, Annan- 
dale. 

BRENNAN, JOHN JOSEPH, JR., Rocky 
Mount, North Carolina. 



BRENNER, ALISON LESLIE, New York, 
New York. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
BRICKLEMYER, KEITH WINTERS, 
Orangeburg, South Carolina. Kappa 
Alpha. 

BRISEBOIS, ANNE BINDON, Arling- 
ton. 



BRITTINGHAM, SARAH ELIZABETH, 
Virginia Beach. 

BROECKER, LINELL P., Richmond. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

BROMLEY, ELIZABETH ANN, Washing- 
ton, D. C. Chi Omega. 



BROOKE, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Alexan- 
dria. 

BROOKS, ANN BARRINGER, Williams- 
burg. 

BROOKS, CARLTON P., Ill, Roanoke. 
Pi Lambda Phi. 



BROUGHTON, HENRY PAUL, Rich- 
mond. Pi Kappa Alpha. 
BROWN, ADIN DEERING, El Paso, 
Texas. 

BROWN, AMY SUSAN, Albuquerque, 
New Mexico. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



BROWN, CELIA ANNE, Richmond. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

BROWN, DIANE RUTH, Curundee, 

Panama Canal Zone. 

BROWN, KRISTI SUE, Arlington. Phi 

Mu. 



BROWN, PAULINE ELIZABETH, Rich- 
lands. 

BROWN, RICHARD DARYL, Arlington. 
Kappa Alpha. 

BROWN, RONALD D., Reldale. Kappa 
Alpha. 



BROWN, WILLIAM KEITH, Bena. 
BRYANT, HARVEY LEE, III, Portsmouth. 
BUCHANAN, WILLIAM GORDON, III, 

Roanoke. Sigma Nu. 




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BUCK, SHARON ELIZABETH, Newport 
News. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
BUCKLEY, MARY KATHLEEN, Falls 
Church. Gamma Phi Beta. 
BUENTING, KAREN ALT, Staunton. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

BURGE, KATHERINE GRAVELL, Hope- 
well. Delta Delta Delta. 
BURKE, ARLEEN HELEN, Annandale. 

BURNEY, CHRISTINE SHIRLEY, Alex- 
andria. Pi Beta Phi. 

BUTLER, WILLIAM ARTHUR, JR., Suf- 
folk. 

BUTNER, TRUSCILLA DRANE, Fort 
Lauderdale, Florida. Pi Beta Phi. 
CALLAHAN, JAMES EDWARD, River 
Vale, New Jersey. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
CAMPBELL, JOAN DARNELL, Lynch- 
burg. 

CARMODY, MARY PATRICIA, Falls 
Church. Alpha Chi Omega. 
CARSON, JEAN KYLE, Hot Springs. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

CARTER, KAREN LOU, Washington, 
D. C. 

CHANDLER, SAMUEL BRYAN, Mon- 
tross. Pi Kappa Alpha. 
CHAPPELL, ALLEN HARRIS, Harrison- 
burg. 

CHARTIER, LINDA HARRELL, West 

Point. 

CHRISTENSEN, CARL H., Salisbury, 

Maryland. Kappa Sigma. 

CHRISTIAN, ELNOR JANE, Jenkin- 

town, Pennsylvania. Kappa Delta. 

CHRONISTER, MARTIN MUSSELMAN, 

Fairfield, Pennsylvania. 

CLARK, FRANK HARWOOD, III, Roll 

ing Hills Estate, California. 

CLARK, JOANNE, Newport News. 
CLARK, KATHRYN PERRY, Arlington. 
CLARKE, PETER TEFFT, Hilton Head 
Island, South Carolina. Pi Lambda Phi. 
CLAWSON, CONSTANCE MARIE, 
Richmond. Alpha Chi Omega. 
CLAY, KAREN LYNNE, Ashland. 



CLAY, ROBERT NEWLIN, Mount Ster- 
ling, Kentucky. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
CLINE, ROBERT JOSEPH, Alexandria. 
Sigma Pi. 

COFFMAN, MILTON, JR., Woodstock. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

COINER, PENELOPE SUSAN, Fairfax. 
Delta Delta Delta. 

COLEMAN, CAROLYN FAYE, Appo 
mattox. 



COLEMAN, JUDITH L, Richmond. 
COLEY, JEAN ELISE, Norfolk. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 

COLLINS, ELIZABETH CAROL, Mari- 
on. Alpha Chi Omega. 
CONLEY, ELIZABETH BLANCHE, Alex- 
andria. Kappa Delta. 

CONNELLY, DAVID E., Salem. Phi 
Kappa Tau. 













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CONNER, JENNY LU, Alexandria. 
CONRAD, CONRAD A., Oil City, Penn- 
sylvania. Phi Kappa Tau. 

CONWAY, ARTHUR FRANKLIN. Kilmar- 
nock. 

COOK, MARY GRACE, Martinsville. Kappa 
Delta. 
COOKE, DAVID YARBRO, Montross. 



COOKE, JANICE LYNN, Richmond. 
COPELAND, BARBARA EDITH, Chesapeake. 
CORRELL, DOROTHY LUCILLE, Newport 
News. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
COTTINGHAM, JUANA DAY, Swoope. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

COUKOUMA, RICHARD EUCLID, Arling- 
ton. 



CRACRAFT, KATHLEEN DOROTHY, Hel- 
ena, Arkansas. 
CRAIG, DEE W., Hopewell. 
CRAWFORD, PAMELA, Salisbury, Maryland. 
Phi Mu. 

CREMINS, MARY ANN, Alexandria. 
CROCKETT, DAVID THOMAS, Grundy. 
Kappa Alpha. 



CROGHAN, SUSAN VICTORIA, Richmond. 
CROUSE, SUSAN ELIZABETH, York, Penn- 
sylvania. 

CROW, JANE ELIZABETH, West Palm 
Beach, Florida. Chi Omega. 
CROWE, PATRICIA WARD, Wilmington, 
Delaware. 
CRUM, GARY EDWARD, Newport News. 



CUMMINS, BRIAN JAY, Chatham. 
DABNEY, JUDITH PRICE, Richmond. 
DAILEY, MARY ANNE, Martinsburg, West 
Viroinia. 

DAMERON, GLENDA FAYE, Warsaw. Alpha 
Chi Omega. 

DARBY, ELIZABETH CARROLL, Tunica, Mis- 
sissippi. Delta Delta Delta.. 



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DAUGHTRY, LAURA LEE, Portsmouth 

Alpha Chi Omega. 

DAVIS, BRADLEY JOHN. Jacksonville 

Florida. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

DAVIS, DAVID E., JR., Arvada. Col 

orado. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

DAVIS, MARGARET SAVAGE, Norfolk 

Delta Delta Delta. 

DEBELL, RICHARD LEE, Morganton 

North Carolina. 

DECARLO, ROSEMARY JEAN, Arling 

ton. 

DELONG, RICHARD ALLEN, Buchanan 

DEMARY, ANTHONY JEAN, New Ale 

andria, Pennsylvania. Kappa Sigma. 

DEMERS, MARION EDYTHA, Spart 

New Jersey. Kappa Delta. 

DENT, LYNWOOD MILLER, JR., Roa 

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DETORIE, DEANNE M., Arlington. 
DILLON, KATHLEEN ELIZABETH, Mc- 
Lean. 

DINAN, MARGARET MARY, Richmond. 
DISTLER, ELIZABETH ANNE, Palatine, 
Illinois. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
DIXON, WILLIAM CARLTON, Alex- 
andria. 

DONATO, JOANNA FRANCES, Falls 

Church. Kappa Alpha Theta. 

DORMAN, LOIS AINSLEY, Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

DOWLING, MICHAEL CARRIGAN, 

Hamilton, Montana. 

DOWNEY, VIRGINIA LYNNE, Camp 

Springs, Maryland. Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 

DOYLE, LINDA DIANNE, Ridgeway. 

Alpha Chi Omega. 

DRAKE, ROBERT EDWIN, JR., Rock- 
ville, Maryland. 

DUDLEY, MARGARET FRANCES, Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

DUEL, DEBORAH LEE, Alexandria. 
Alpha Chi Omega. 

DUKE, ROBERT ERNEST, JR., Louisa. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 

DULIN, JACOUELYN SCOTT, Chevy 
Chase, Maryland. Pi Beta Phi. 

DYER, JANE LESLIE, Chapel Hill, 
North Carolina. 

EDEN, KAREN IRMGARD LOUISE, 
Omaha, Nebraska. Alpha Chi Omega. 
EDMUNDS, WAYNE LITTLE, Ports- 
mouth. 

ELDER, JANET DEE, Hopewell. Delta 
Delta Delta. 
ELLIS, PATTI TOPPING, Poquoson. 

ERNST, MARJORIE ELLEN, Riverside, 
Connecticut. Chi Omega. 
ESTES, SUSAN McKISSICK, Falls 
Church. 

EWELL, HAIDEE C, Richmond. 
EWING, SUSAN KATHRYN, Lynch- 
burg. 

FANNING, LINDA ANN, Wheaton, 
Illinois. Alpha Chi Omega. 




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FARRIS, JUDY CAROLYN. Vinton. 
FAUNTLEROY, EDWINA MARIEA, Newport 
News. 

FAUST, JUDITH, Carlisle Barracks, Pennsyl- 
vania. Pi Beta Phi. 

FAY, THOMAS PATRICK, Alexandria. 
FIGG, CAROL LEE, Richmond. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 



FITZGERALD, MARY CLARE, Vienna. Ga 
ma Phi Beta. 

FITZPATRICK, PATRICIA M., Annandale 
FLEMING, PAULA DENISE, Alexandria. 
FLINN, SUSAN MICHELE, Falls Church. 
FORRER, HELEN ANITA, Bridgewater. 



FRANCE, DAVID EUGENE, Alexandria. 

FRANKLIN, PHILIP LEIGH, Virginia Beach. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

FRASER, BETTY FLORENCE, Miami, Florida. 

FREEMAN, DONALD NEAL, Silver Spring. 

Maryland. Pi Lambda Phi. 

FREEMAN, MARIA CECELIA, Arlington. 

Delta Delta Delta. 



FRIDGE, CHARLES RICHARD, Arlington. 
Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

FRYE, FREDERICKA LEE, Alexandria. 
GADKOWSKI, ROBERT STEPHEN, Chat- 
ham, New Jersey. Sigma Nu. 
GAMBARDELLA, ANTHONY JOHN, JR., 
Falls Church. Pi Lambda Phi. 
GAMMON, ROSE MILLER, Bristol. 



GARDNER, CAMILLA CARROLL, Suffolk. 
GARRETT, HELEN MARIE, Richmond. 
GARRISON, MILDRED BEATY, Salem. 
GASTEIGER, WENDY LOUISE, Bristol. 
Kappa Delta. 

GATEWOOD, ROBERT TYLER, JR., New- 
port News. 



GEARY, MARTHA LAVINDER, Chester. 
GEOGHEGAN, WILLIAM ANDREW, JR., 

Martinsville. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
GEORGIE, SHARON LEE. Arlington. 
GILL, PATRICIA ELAINE, Chesterfield. 
GILLEY, GLORIA GAIL, Stuart. 



GILLIAM, ELEANOR ANN, Alexandria. 

GILMAN, THOMAS O, Richmond. 

GIORGIO, MARILYN JANE, Huntingdon 

Valley. Pennsylvania. Gamma Phi Beta. 

GIRTON, SARAH CHRISTIAN, Newport 

News. 

GLASHEEN, ALICE MARGARET, Hampton. 



GLENN, JAMES RICHARD, III, Palaski. 

GLOVER, ROBERT STEVEN, Roanoke. 

GOALDER, JAMES STUART, Newport News. 

Pi Lambda Phi. 

GODSHALK, JAMES DAVID, Landisville, 

Pennsylvania. 

GOOD, ROXANNE AYLEWARD, Quantico. 

Kappa Delta. 




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GOODMAN, DIANE TERESE, Green- 
ville, South Carolina. Pi Beta Phi. 
GOODRICH, PAMELA SUE, Surry. Pi 
Beta Phi. 

GOODWIN, MARTHA ELLIS, Orange. 
GOOLSBY, REBECCA IRENE, Newport 
News. Pi Beta Phi. 

GORMAN, DONNA WHITNEY, Rich- 
mond. Pi Beta Phi. 

GOSNELL, MARTHA ANN, Berryville. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 

GRACIAN, GLORIA ALICIA, Williams- 
burg. 

GRAHAM, GEORGE EDWARD, Front 
Royal. 

GRAVES, LEONARD LANFORD, JR., 
Williamsburg. 

GREEN, CAROLE ANNE, Norfolk. P 
Beta Phi. 

GREEN, KATHRYN LOUISE, Charlottes 

ville. Pi Beta Phi. 

GREEN, RONNI ILENE, Newport News 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 

GRIFFITHS, CHERYL LYNN, Fairfax 

Kappa Delta. 

GRIM, LAURALEE MARIE, Roanoke. 

GUTHRIE, NANCY ELIZABETH, Wies 

baden, Germany. 



HAAN, KATHERINE GROOME, New- 
port News. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
HAAS, KAREN LEE, Radford. 



HADDON, ANDREA LYNN, Richmond. 

Alpha Chi Omega. 

HALL, EUNICE VIRGINIA, Carrollton. 



HALL, SUSAN BALLENGER, Alexan- 
dria. 

HAMSHAR, LYNDA CAROL, Scotts- 
ville. 



HANCOCK, WILLIAM ALEX, Alexan- 
dria. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
HANSEN, GREGG ALLAN, Arlington. 
Lambda Chi Alpha. 



HANSEN, SHARON ALTHEA, Ne 
port News. 

HARDY, ALICE JANISE, Alexandr 
Delta Delta Delta. 



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HARLOW, NAIDA LOUISE, Essexville 

Michigan. Gamma Phi Beta. 

HARRELL, VERNON EARL, Suffolk. 

HARRIS, HOWARD STANLEY, Rich 

mond. 

HARRIS, JANE ILENE, 

Delta Delta Delta. 

HARRISON, WAYDE 

Bridgeville, Pennsylvania 

Alpha. 



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HARVELL, SUSAN HOLMES, Bon Air. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
HARVEY, DANIEL GAVER, Danville. 
Phi Kappa Tau. 

HATFIELD, JON CARSON, Hampton. 
HAWKINS, KATHLEEN DENISE, Alex- 
andria. Gamma Phi Beta. 
HAWKINS, SUE CARTER, Roanoke. Pi 
Beta Phi. 

HECKER, PAMELA, Worthington, Ohio. 

Kappa Alpha Theta. 

HICKEY, JILL BETH, Chapel Hill, 

North Carolina. 

HILDER, STUART, Arlington. 

HILL, JOYCE ELIZABETH, Chevy 

Chase, Maryland. Kappa Kappa 

Gamma. 

HILL, LOIS ELIZABETH, Norfolk. 

HILL, THOMAS ALTON, East Roch- 
ester, New York. 

HILLIARD, JILL BRENDA, Springfield. 
HIMMEL, KENNETH ALFRED, Melrose, 
Massachusetts. Lambda Chi Alptia. 
HINES, CHRISTINE LAURIE, West Mil- 
ford, New Jersey. Gamma Phi Beta. 
HOBART, NANCY LYNNE, Newport 
News. 

HODGE, BAROLINE ELIZABETH, 

Staunton. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
HODGE, SALLY KATHERINE, Newport 
News. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
HOLLEY, BARBARA ANN, Arlington. 
HOLLIS, SUSAN LOUISE, Norfolk. 
Kappa Delta. 

HOLROYD, JOHN CLINTON, Arling- 
ton. 



HOLTON, STEPHEN DOWNING, Alex- 
andria. Sigma Pi. 

HOLTONER, MARY JANE, Norfolk. 
HOPKINS, EDWIN PATRICK, Chester. 
Pi Lambda Phi. 

HORNSTEIN, LINDA, Union, New Jer- 
sey. 
HOUGH, JOY ANN, Arlington. 

HOWARD, CARROLL HAMPTON, III, 

Leesburg. 

HOWARD, GROVER CHARLES, Ports- 
mouth. 

HOWE, GEORGE WILSON, JR., Ar- 
lington. Pi Lambda Phi. 
HUGHES, MARTHA RUTH, Virginia 
Beach. Delta Delta Delta. 
HUMPHLETT, REBECCA EARLENE, 
Richmond. 

HUNT, JANICE ANN, Danville. 
HURN, MARY ELLEN, Murray, Ken- 
tucky. Gamma Phi Beta. 
HUSSEY, WILLIAM R. M., Washing- 
ton, D. C. 

HUTCHINGS, LAURIE JANE, Fairport, 
New York. Delta Delta Delta. 
HUXSAW, CHARLES FREDRICK, Can- 
field, Ohio. 






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HUZEK, WILLIAM SCOTT, Richmond. 
Theta Delta Chi. 

INMAN, MICHAEL ALLEN, Frederick, 
Maryland. Phi Kappa Tau. 



IRBY, KENNETH COLE, Lee Hall 
IRWIN, ROBERT WADE, Norfolk. Pi 
Lambda Phi. 




JACOBS, CECELIA MARIE, Arlington. 
JACOBSON, DOUGLAS EARL, Hamp- 



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JANCAITIS, JAMES RICHARD, Nor- 
folk. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
JARRETT, NORMA LYNN, Alexandria. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
JENKINS, DANIEL GEORGE, Ligonier, 
Pennsylvania. Sigma Pi. 
JENKINS, FRANKLIN JULIAN. Gooch- 
land. 

JENKINS, KATHERINE BRUCE, Ambler, 
Pennsylvania. 



JENKINS, LARRY R., Clifton Forge. 
JENKINS, MARY LOU, Buena Vista. 
Alpha Chi Omega. 
JENKINS, RUTH ANN, Manguin. 
JEWELL, THOMAS GIBSON, Leesburg. 
JOHNSON, JOHN MICHAEL, Berke- 
ley Springs, West Virginia. 



JOHNSON, JOYCE LYNN, Ponte 
Vedra Beach, Florida. 
JOHNSON, JOYCE MAE, Bluefield, 
West Virginia. Alpha Chi Omega. 
JOHNSON, JUDITH ELLEN, Norfolk. 
JOHNSON, MARILYN KAY, Falls 
Church. Alpha Chi Omega. 
JOHNSON, ROBERT ARTHUR, Arling- 
ton. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

JOHNSON, ROBERT GEORGE, Spring- 
field. 

JOHNSTON, ROBERT OLIN, Hopewell. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

JOLLIFFE, RICHARD BERLE, West 
Chesapeake. Kappa Sigma. 
JONES, JANICE ELLEN, Cumberland 
Court House. 

JONES, WAYNE KERMIT, Mechanics- 
ville. 




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JORDAN, M. ELISE, Natchez, Missis- 
sippi. Chi Omega. 

JORDAN, WILLIAM THOMAS, Alex- 
andria. 

KAHL, DEAN ELIZABETH, Petersburg. 
Kappa Delta. 

KAHN, HOWARD DONALD, West 
Caldwell, New Jersey. Pi Lambda Phi. 
KANE, JAMES, McLean. 

KEATING, ANNE ELIZABETH, Lexing- 
ton, Kentucky. 
KEELING, KATHERINE HARRIS, Dan- 

KEISTER, LILLIAN MARTIN, Glade 
Spring. 

KELLETT, GORDON NEIL, II, Arling- 
ton. 

KENNEDY, DAVID CALDWELL, Ports- 
mouth. 

KERNS, VIRGINIA ROGERS, Roanoke. 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

KERR, CATHERINE YANCEY, Alexan- 
dria. Gamma Phi Beta. 
KERR, JAMES BRUCE, Hampton. 
KIEFFER, MARGARET DALE, Norfolk. 
KINCAID, KATHLEEN HILL, Hillsboro, 
Ohio. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 



KINES, CHERYL LUCILLE, Arlington. 
KING, JOHN CHARLES, Huntingdon 
Valley, Pennsylvania. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
KING, KAMLA JEAN, Covington. 
KING, LINDA LOUISE, Bristol. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 

KING, MARSHA ANN, Richmond. 
Delta Delta Delta. 










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KING, PETER EISENHOWER, Bowie, 

Maryland. 

KINGERY, LYNN STUART, Aberdeen, 

Maryland. 



KINNAIRD, LUCY SCOTT, Lexington, 

Kentucky. Delta Delta Delta. 

KIRSSIN, JEFFREY LEE, Camp Hill. 

Pennsylvania. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 

KNOPF, SUSAN REID, Dayton, Ohio. 

Gamma Phi Beta. 

KNOWLTON, WARREN DECATUR, 

Reading, Massachusetts. Sigma Nu. 

KOCH, LARRY WAYNE, Richmond. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

KOKOLSKI, GEORGE M., Manville, 
Rhode Island. 

KRAUS, CHARLES LEE. Arlington. 
KUHN, MARGARET NELL, Newport 
News. 

LAIRD, NANCY KAY, Virginia Beach. 
LANGHORST, SCOTT ALAN, Bethle- 
hem, Pennsylvania. Pi Lambda Phi. 



LANTZ, HELEN JOYCE, Broadway. 
LARMORE, DAVID WILSON, Rich- 
mond. 

LARSON, STEPHEN RICHARD, Chilton, 
Wisconsin. Pi Lambda Phi. 
LATSIOS, TERRE CHRISTINE, Arling- 
ton. Chi Omega. 

LAWFORD, SUSAN COOPER, Newport 
News. 

LAWLER, THOMAS HAROLD, Waynes- 
boro. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
LEAKE, ANNE ELIZABETH, Charlottes- 
ville. 

LEECH, MARTHA VIRGINIA, Roanoke. 
LEGG, SUSAN KAY, Arlington. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 

LEIDY, JOAN GARNER, Lathrop, Cali- 
fornia. 



LEIGH, MIRIAM VIRGINIA, Chantilly 

LEIMER, PAUL FREDERICK, Arlington. 

LETCHWORTH, DIANE MEREDITH, 

Hopewell. Pi Beta Phi. 

LETHAM, GLENN WAYNE, Falls 

Church. 

LILLYWHITE, DONALD P., Arlington. 

Kappa Alpha. 



LISKEY, LAURA ANNE, Petersburg. 

LITTLEFIELD, PATRICIA GAIL, Orange, 

Texas. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

LOCK, WILLIAM JOSEPH, Des Plaines, 

Illinois. 

LOETTERLE, LYNN ELLEN, Springfield. 

Kappa Delta. 

LOIZZI, MICHELE, Portsmouth. 



LONERGAN, GARLAND BOXLEY, 

Orange. 

LOUISE, ARTHUR ROBERT, Elmont, 

New York. Kappa Alpha. 

LOWE, JAMES MADISON, McLean. 

LUCAS, JOHN ROBERT, JR., Radford. 

LUEBKE, WILLIAM CLAYTON, Benton 

Harbor, Michigan. 











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LUKKARILA, SANDRA LEE, Leesburg. 
LUKKARILA, SUZANNE CAROL, Lees- 
burg. 

LUZADER, ALICE CECILIA, Manassas. 
LYNCH, DIANE CHRISTINE, Hampton. 
LYNN, BAMBI BRANHAM, Chester. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

MACLEAN, WILLIAM GORDON, III, 

McLean. Sigma Pi. 

MADDEN, MICHAEL PAUL, Collings- 
wood, New Jersey. Kappa Alpha. 
MAHRU, EDDA JOAN, Newark, Dela- 
ware. 

MAJETTE, DAVID LESLIE, Newport 
News. 

MARKWITH, MERLE GRACE, Haddon- 
field, New Jersey. Gamma Phi Beta. 



MARLIN, KAREN ALANE, Annandale. 
MARR, WAYNE P., Suffolk. 
MARSELLA, JANE ANN, Danville. 
MARTIN, ANN WITHERS, Radford. 
MARTIN, PATRICIA ALICE, Richmond. 



MASON, ROBERT ARCHER, Atlanta, 
Georgia. Sigma Pi. 

MASSEY, MARILYN JOAN, Newport 
News. 

MASTERS, JOSEPH JEROME, Mobile, 
Alabama. Kappa Alpha. 
MAURER, KEITH W., Neffsville, Penn- 
sylvania. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
MAY, ELIZABETH ANN, Virginia Beach. 



MAYO, RUTH BURBANK, Suffolk. 
McCAULEY, JO LYNN, Falls Church. 
McCLAMMY, BARBARA JEAN, Rich- 
mond. 

McCOLPIN, BECKI JO, Alexandria. 
Gamma Phi Beta. 
McCOY, BARBARA ELLEN, Richmond. 



McCOY, CATHERINE FRANCES, 
Washington, D. C. 

McGAUGHY, TIM WHITTUS, Colum- 
bus, Ohio. Pi Lambda Phi. 
McGEHEE, JUDITH ANN, Bedford. 
McKAIN, RODGER WILLIAMS, Lima, 
Ohio. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
McKITTRICK, RICHARD ALAN, Hol- 
land, Michigan. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

MEHRING, WALTER HENRY, Caves- 
ville. 

METZ, CANDY LEE, Williamsburg. 
MEYERSON, ROBERT BENARD, Arling- 
ton. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
MICHAEL, DIANNA LYNN, Waynes- 
boro. 

MICHAEL, JEAN ELLEN, Blacksburg. 
Kappa Delta. 



MILHAM, JEFFREY ALAN, Jamestown, 

New York. 

MILLER, DIANE LYNN, Hopewell. Phi 

Mu. 

MILLER, JAMES BENJAMIN, Vienna. 

Sigma Nu. 

MILLER, MARY SUZANNE, Springfield. 

MILLER, SHARON LYNN, Norge. 





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MILLER, SUZANNE LEE, Tampa, Flor 
da. Kappa Delta. 

MILLER, WILLIAM FREDERICK, Severn 
Park, Maryland. Phi Kappa Tau. 



MILLICAN, GLENN THOMAS, JR., 

Victoria. Phi Kappa Tau. 

MILLIREN, PATRICIA ANN, Seaford, 

Delaware. 



MIMS, DIANE SHIRLEY, Harrisonburg. 
MINTON, JULIA GAYE, Richmond. 




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MITCHELL, REBECCA ANN, Bassett. Kappa 
Alpha Theta. 

MOBERG, ALICE DIANA, McLean. Phi Mu. 
MOLNAR, MARY NORTHCOTT, Farmville. 
MONTFORT, MRS. SUSAN LINN, Bena. 
MORRISEY, SUSAN, Arlington. Kappa 
Kappa Gamma. 



MORRISON, SANDRA GAY, Winchester. 
Kappa Delta. 

MORSCH, NORA ANN, Lenoir, North Caro- 
lina. Delta Delta Delta. 

MUELLER, JOHN MALCOLM, Springfield. 
MUELLER, RICHARD DALE, Newport News. 
MYERS, JANE EILEEN, Spring Grove, Penn- 
sylvania. 



NELSON, ANNE CARTER, Richmond. 
NEWSOME, BETTY BRUCE, Portsmouth. 
Kappa Delta. 

NODEN, PATRICIA ANN, Virginia Beach. 
NOLD, BARBARA LOUISE, Winchester. Kap- 
pa Delta. 

NORMAN, JOHN LAWRENCE, JR., Kens- 
ington, Maryland. 



NORTON, SANDRA ROBERTSON, Pearis- 

burg. Chi Omega. 

NYLANDER, KAREN ELIZABETH, West 

Acton, Massachusetts. Delta Delta Delta. 

OATES, NANCY CHRISTINE, Norfolk. 

OBENCHAIN, JEANNE ALICE, Falls Church. 

Kappa Delta. 

O'CONNOR, RICHARD ALLAN, Falls 

Church. 




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OETJEN, KAREN ANNE, Virginia Beach. 

Delta Delta Delta. 

O'GRADY, JUDITH KATHLEEN, Richmond. 

Gamma Phi Beta. 

OLDFIELD, GEORGE S., JR., Westfield, New 

Jersey. Pi Lambda Phi. 

OLIVER, BRUCE ANTHONY, Staunton. 

OLSEN, RICHARD JOHN, Indianhead, 

Maryland. 



OLSHANSKY, NORMAN, Newport News. 
Pi Lambda Phi. 

OPPERT, JOHN CARLTON, Norfolk. 
OSBORNE, KERMIT JAMES, Chesapeake. 
Theta Delta Chi. 

O'TOOLE, TERRENCE JO, Monessen, Penn- 
sylvania. Sigma Nu. 

OWENS, RICHARD HAMILTON, Silver 
Spring, Maryland. 



PAGE, SUSAN, Santa Cruz, California. 

PATE, VIRGINIA KENNON, Havre de Grace, 

Maryland. Chi Omega. 

PATTERSON, SHANNON KAY, Falls Church. 

PEARCE, SUZANNE PETTIT, Petersburg. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

PEARN, CAROL ELIZABETH, Roanoke. 

Gamma Phi Beta. 



PEARSON, GEORGE MORTIMER, Emporia. 

PECA, BEATRICE ANN, Akron, Ohio. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

PEERY, CAROLYN, Cedar Bluff. Kappa 

Kappa Gamma. 

PENDLETON, JULIANA, Woodstock. 

PENNINGTON, JOHN REYNOLDS, Bucking- 

ham. 



PEPPER, SUSAN LENNOX, Colonial Beach. 
PERKEY, MARY E., La Paz, Bolivia. 
PERNICE, JANET LYNN, Springfield. 
PETERS, KATHERINE YVONNE, Hampton. 
PETRILLO, ROSALIE GAIL, Moorestown, 
New Jersey. Gamma Phi Beta. 



PHILLIPS, ELLEN AILSWORTH, Chase City. 

Phi Mu. 

PHILLIPS, RONALD WAGNER, Richmond. 

Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

PICZAK, KARI JEAN, Chester. 

PITTARD, ALICE YVONNE, McLean. 

PIXTON, HEIDI ELIZABETH, Seoul, Korea. 



POND, JUDITH ANN, Newport News. 
PORTER, SUSAN BARTLETT, Cecil Field, 
Florida. Alpha Chi Omega. 
POSTON, LINDA ELIZABETH, Norton. 
POWELL, WILBUR KINDRED, South Hill. 
POWERS, THOMAS J., Portsmouth. 



PRENTICE, JOHN, The Hague, Netherlands. 

Lambda Chi Alpha. 

PRETTY, MARY BETH, Danville. Pi Beta Phi. 

PRICE, CYNTHIA CUSTER, Roanoke. Chi 

Omeoa. 

PRICE, SANDRA TAYLOR, Springfield. 

PRICE, WILLIAM HENKEL, Martinsville. 



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PRIEBE, NANCY JEAN, Rock Island, 

Illinois. 

PROVINCE, RITA MAY, Bridgeville, 

Pennsylvania. Kappa Delta. 



PUGH, GERALD FOSTER, Richmond. 
PURSIFULL, SHARON ANNE, Newport 

News. Kappa Alpha Theta. 



RAGSDALE, STANLEY OVERBY, Nar- 
rows. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
RAMA, JAMES MICHAEL, Hampton. 



RAMOS, ERNEST DAVID, Hampton. 
RANDA, RICHARD DEAN, Falls Church. 




always go in this way!" 



Class Awards Scholarships to Allison Brenner, Ric McKittrick 



Easton, 



FRANCES ELIZABETH, Alexandria. 
VICTORIA ANNE, Kent, Ohio. Phi 



SHEILA LUCINDA, Newport 



RANDALL, MARY MARGARET, 

Maryland. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

RAU, DIANE MARIE, Williamsbu 

Mu. 

READ, 

READ, 

Mu. 

REAGON 

News. 







REAVELY, THOMAS STEVENS, Mt. Pleasant, 
Iowa. Sigma Pi. 

REBENTISCH, ROSALIND, Alexandria. 
REED, EMERY ARNOLD, JR., Falls Church. 
REEVE, ANDREW RICKARDS, Williamsburg. 
RENFRO, MARY ALICE, Boca Raton, Florida. 



REX, JUDITH NAN, Newport News. 

RICE, REBECCA HESS, Tillar, Arkansas. 

RICHARDSON, CAROL LYNNE, Arlington. 

Alpha Chi Omega. 

RICHARDSON, LAURIE FAXON, Macon, 

Georgia. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

RICHELS, RICHARD GAYLE, Norfolk. 




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RIDOUT, ROBERT REASER, Richmond. 

Pi Lambda Phi. 

RILEY, DIANE ELAINE, Boca Raton, 

Florida. Delta Delta Delta. 

RIPLEY, ELIZABETH ANN, Lynchburg. 

RITCHIE, PAUL JAMES, Williamsburg. 

RITTER, ALFRED FRANCIS, Norfolk. 

Sigma Pi. 

ROBERTS, ANNE CAROL, Lynchburg. 
Chi Omega. 

ROBERTS, BARRIE LYNN, Port Chester, 
New York. 

ROBERTS, LAUREL VIRGINIA, Alex- 
andria. 

ROLLER, CAROL ELIZABETH, Williams 
burg. 

ROSS, CECILIA ELAINE, Heidelburg, 
Germany. Pi Beta Phi. 

ROTH, FREDERICK PAUL, New York, 

New York. Pi Lambda Phi. 

ROW, STEPHEN EDWARD, Delran, New 

Jersey. 

ROWELL, THOMASINE E., Newport 

News. 

ROYALL, WILLIAM E., Williamsburg. 

RUBIN, KENNETH STEVEN, Bronx, New 

York. 




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RUSSELL, ROBIN LOUISE, Alexandria. 
RUTLEDGE, DAVID WHITT, Newport- 
News. 

SAFFOLD, GORDON E., Saltville. Pi 
Lambda Phi. 

SALE, JO CAROL, Richmond. 
SALEH, JAHANGIER. Tehran, Iran. Pi 
Lambda Phi. 



SAMMONS, MACON C, JR., Shaws- 
ville. 

SAMPSON, SHARON LEIGH, Reed- 
ville. 

SAMUEL, JOHN, Glen Allen. 
SANDERS, DONALD POWELL, Winters- 
ville, Ohio. Pi Lambda Phi. 
SARDELL, STEPHEN WILLIAM, Hope- 
dale, Massachusetts. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

SAULMON, CATHARINE SUSAN, Arl- 
ington. 

SAULNIER, MARGARET LOUISE, Silver 
Spring, Maryland. Chi Omega. 
SAUNDERS, JAMES E., Waynesboro. 
Kappa Alpha. 

SAWICK, KERRY ANN. Norfolk. 
SCHEID, RICHARD ARTHUR, Arling- 
ton. Theta Delta Chi. 

SCHOFER, CAROL ANNE, Virginia 
Beach. 

SCHNEBLI, GERI MARIE, Arlington. 
Alpha Chi Omega. 

SCHWARTZ, BARBARA ANN, Nash- 
ville, Tennessee. Delta Delta Delta. 
SCOn, BETTE SUZANNE, Falls Church. 
Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
SCOTT, DOROTHY CARROLL, Delta- 
villa. 





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SCOTT, PAUL ALVIN, Fairfax. 
SCRUGGS, SUSAN WRAY, Camp La- 
Jeune, North Carolina. 
SEAL, JENNIFER M., Edinburg. 



SEALE, NANCY DIANE, Annandale. 

Delta Delta Delta. 

SEDLACEK, JAROLD JOSEPH, Valley 

Forge, Pennsylvania. 

SEE, THOMAS F., Winchester. Kappa 

Alpha. 



SEIBERT, WILLIAM G., JR., St. Louis, 
Missouri. Theta Delta Chi. 
SELF, FRANCES ANN, Wayne, Penn- 
sylvania. 
SEWARD, VIRGINIA RIVES, Norfolk. 



SHAFER, SUSAN VIRGINIA, Louisville 

Kentucky. 

SHAIA, MARY ANN, Richmond. 

SHAW, MARTHA IRWIN, Glenshav 

Pennsylvania. Alpha Chi Omega. 



SHAW, STEPHEN R., Fairfield, Con 

necticut. Lambda Chi Alpha. 

SHAY, JOHN ROBERT, JR., Alexandria 

Kappa Alpha. 

SHEA, NORBERT JOHN, Washington 

D. C. Kappa Sigma. 



SHELBURNE, WALTER AVORY, Abing- 
ton. 

SHORTELL, BRIAN STEPHEN, Alex- 
andria. Kappa Alpha. 
SHORTER, ELLEN, Richmond. Alpha 
Chi Omega. 



SIGAFOES, WILLIAM HOWARD, Wil- 
liamsburg. 

SIMS, ELIZABETH K., Baton Rouge, 
Louisiana. Delta Delta Delta. 
SIPPLE, HARRY BURGETT, Winchester, 
Kentucky. 



SLOTNICK, STEPHEN LEE, Irwin, Penn- 
sylvania. Sigma Nu. 
SMITH, ANNE ELIZABETH, Charles 

City. 

SMITH, CAROL LEE, Alexandria. Delta 

Delta Delta. 




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During Busy Spring Semester 








SMITH, DONNA HANLON, Front 

Royal. Alpha Chi Omega. 

SMITH, JANET CLINE, Colonial 

Heights. Kappa Alpha Theta. 

SMITH, KENNETH ELWOOD, JR., 

Richmond. 

SMITH, SANDRA LEE, Newport News. 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 

SMITH, SANDRA LYNNE, Honolulu, 

Hawaii. 

SMITH, WILLIAM MORGAN, II, Cum- 
berland. 

SMYTH, LARRY DOUGLAS, Alliance, 
Ohio. 

SNEDEGAR, SUZANNE MARIE, Elkins, 
West Virginia. 

SNYDER, STEPHEN MICHAEL, Arling- 
ton. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
SORRELL, LINDA, Roclcy Mount, North 
Carolina. 

SOTER, ROBERT W„ Hampton. Lamb- 
da Chi Alpha. 

SOUTHALL, JOAN ELIZABETH, Colo- 
nial Heights. Kappa Delta. 
SPAIN, THOMAS LINWOOD, Rich- 
mond. Sigma Alpha Epsilon. 
SPEARS, NANCY JEAN, Alexandria. 
SPELL, LAWRENCE S., Arlington. Sigma 
Phi Epsilon. 



SPIGGLE, SUSAN, Roanoke. 



STANCIL, JO LYNNE, Highland 
Springs. Pi Beta Phi. 

STEIGER, SHARON SUZANNE, Annan- 
dale. 

STEINHOFF, JEFFREY CARSON, Arling- 
ton. 

STEPHENSON, SUSAN TEMPLE, Nor- 
folk. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
STEPHENSON, WILLIAM R., JR., Los 
Angeles, California. Kappa Sigma. 

STICKEL, LINDA MAY, Fairfax. 
STOHNER, GEORGE ALAN, Moores- 
town, New Jersey. Kappa Sigma. 
STONE, MARSHALL DAVID, Williams- 
burg. 

STOUT, JAMES WESLEY, Bassett. Phi 
Kappa Tau. 

STOWE, BARBARA ADAIR, Lynchburg. 

STRANGE, ALLISON GORDON, Flor- 
ence, South Carolina. 
STRATTON, JUDITH MAE, Alexandria 
Kappa Alpha Theta. 

STURGES, ELIZABETH M., New Canaan 
Connecticut. Gamma Phi Beta. 
SULLIVAN, MARY JANE, Stoughton 
Massachusetts. 

SULLIVAN, ROLL ALBERT, New Market 
Maryland. Phi Kappa Tau. 

SUNDIN, NANCY JOHANNA, Hamp 
ton. Kappa Kappa Gamma. 
SWANSON, HARRY KENT, III, Dan- 
ville. 

SWANSON, JANICE LOUISE, North 
Bend, Oregon. Gamma Phi Beta. 
SWARTZ, MARY HUNTER. Covington. 
Chi Omega. 

SWEM, EARL GREGG, III, Louisville, 
Kentucky. 






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SYLVESTER, BRUCE FORSYTH, Arling- 
ton. 

TABACK, MAX STEFAN, Newport News. 
TAYLOR, SUSAN WATKINS, Richmond. 

Delta Delta Delta. 
TAYLOR, WILBUR AUSTIN, Hampton. 

Kappa Siqma. 
THATCHER, NANCY ANN, Hampton. 



THOMAS, ORVILLE V., Stuart Draft. 
THOMAS, PHILIP JOSEPH, McLean. Pi 
Kappa Alpha. 

THOMPSON, ROBERT LEONARD, Lees- 
burg. Lambda Chi Alpha. 
THOMPSON, SANDRA JUNE, Vienna. 
Alpha Chi Omeqa. 

TILLBERG, RICHARD HARRY, Guan- 
tanamo Bay, Cuba. 

TODD, JOHN BUXTON, JR., Newport 

News. 

TOMLINSON, RICHARD R., Arlington. 

Pi Kappa Alpha. 

TOMPKINS, JAMES ROBERT, St. Paul. 

TONGOUR, NADIA, Barnwell, South 

Carolina. Gamma Phi Beta. 

TREMBLE, TRUEMAN R., JR., Lively. 



TRIBELHORN, KARL PETER, West Mif- 
flin, Pennsylvania. Sigma Nu. 
TRICE, JOHN ANDERSON, III, Gouch- 
land. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 
TRICE, ROBERT HOLMES, JR., Char- 
lottesville. Kappa Sigma. 
TRIPSON, LOGAN, Vero Beach, Florida. 
TROPF, WILLIAM JACOB, III, Spring- 
field. 

TROUTMAN, SHARON LEIGH, Chat- 
ham. 

TUCKER, JOHN ALLEN, JR., Virginia 
Beach. Pi Kappa Alpha. 
TUCKER, THOMAS MICHAEL, Dan- 
ville. 

TURNER, JOHN MICHAEL, Newport 
News. 

TUTTLE, MARGARET EMILY A., Alex- 
andria. 





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VACCA, LINDA LEE, Wayne, New 
Jersey. 

VAKOS, PATRICIA LOUISE, Virginia 
Beach. Kappa Alpha Theta. 
VERNON, RANDOLPH EDWARD, Cov- 
ington. 

VICTOR, JAMES ELIJAH, III, Annapolis, 
Maryland. 

VILBRANDT, JO ANNE, Rochester, New 
York. Kappa Delta. 



VINCENT, JAMES RUSSELL, McLean. 
Pi Kappa Alpha. 

VOGEL, MARY JEAN, Portsmouth. 
VORE, STEVEN BROOKS, Fairfax. 
WADE, ELIZABETH ANN, Clifton Forge. 
WADE, HARRIET ANNE, Norfolk. 



WADKINS, ELIZABETH LEE, Warsaw. 
WAGNON, JOAN LESLIE, Clinton, 
Maryland. 

WAINWRIGHT, BARBARA ANNE, New- 
port News. 

WALKER, JAMES LAFAYETTE, Moores- 
town, New Jersey. 

WALKER, MARTHA ELIZABETH, La- 
Crosse. Delta Delta Delta. 




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WOMBLE, BENJAMIN E., JR., Suffolk. 

Siqma Phi Epsilon. 

WOOD, CECILY CLAIRE, Staunton. 

WOOD, ROBIN LOUISE, Alexandria. 

WOODWARD, JOAN, Arlington. 

WRIGHT, DONALD E., JR., Newport 

News. 



WRIGHT, THOMAS BAXTER, JR., Falls 

Church. Sigma Phi Epsilon. 

WYATT, BETTY WADE, Hampton. 

YEAGER, MARY VIENNA, Arlington. Pi 

Beta Phi. 

YOUNG, CHARLES JOSEPH, Freeport, 

Pennsylvania. Kappa Alpha. 

YOUNG, MARY KATHRYN, Arlington. 



YOUNG, RICHARD LLOYD, Washing- 
ton, D.C. 

YUHAS, LINDA, Alexandria. 
YURACHEK, PAUL ANTHONY, Rich- 
mond. Phi Kappa Tau. 
ZEIGLER, HARVEY H., JR., Hyndman, 
Pennsylvania. 

ZIGLAR, STEVEN W., Cheverly, Mary- 
land. 




WALSH, EDWARD ROBERT, York, Pennsylvania. Phi Kappa Tau. 
WALTON, CECELIA KAYE, Lynchburg. Kappa Delta. 
WARE, DAVID WARREN, JR., Toano. 
WARE, SUSAN ELAINE, Woodbridge. 
WARRINGTON, ANN SIGNE, Norfolk. Kappa Delta. 
WATSON, LINDA CAROL, Williamsburg. Pi Beta Phi. 
WEIHER, MARY KATHERINE, Orlando, Florida. 



WEILL, ROBERT JEFFREY, Falls Church. 

WEISSENSTEIN, PEGGY ANN, Annandale. 

WENRICH, ELIZABETH ROBERTSON, Willmington, Delawar 

WEST, NANCY, Newport News. 

WESTERMAN, RICHARD, Falls Church. Pi Lambda Phi. 

WHEAT, VALERIE KAY, Vienna. 

WHICKER, JOHNNE CHERRE, Norfolk. Chi Omega. 



WHITE, DAVID RITCHIE, Arlington. 

WHITMAN, ESTHER THOMPSON, Roanoke. 

WIDELL, RICHARD ROBERT, Mexico, New York. 

WILD, JOAN ELIZABETH, Noblesville, Indiana. Delta Delta Delta. 

WILKERSON, DOROTHY SWANN. Richmond. Kappa Delta. 

WILLARD, EDGAR HAROLD, III, Lanoley. 

WILLIAMS, BENJAMIN A., Ill, Courtland. Kappa Sigma. 



WILLIAMS, CHARLES L, Vienna. 
WILLIAMS, JEFFREY EDWARD, Stephens City. 
WINCH, ALICE REBEKAH, Hampton. 
WING, STEPHEN STALEY, Norfolk. 
WINN, JOSEPH ERNEST, Newport News. 
WITHERS, GLENNE DORA, Berryville. 
WOLFF, ELLEN GENE, Hanover, Pennsylvania. 




Exam concern and pressure are mirrored in the face of 
Linda Phillips as she takes a break in the Wigwam. 



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Members of Class of '69 Are First to Occupy 




Sunshine and speeches welcomed 
the Class of 1969 to William and 
Mary. An overwhelming class 
spirit was the trademark of the 
Class of '69. From their first day 
here the freshmen supported and 
promoted the College; some en- 
thusiastic '69'ers helped found 
the new Booster Club. Before 
the year passed the freshmen 
were ready to take their places 
in the ranks of students who call 
William and Mary home. 



PRESIDENT— Will Hooker 
VICE-PRES.— Ed Kellam 
SEC.-TREAS.-Pam Roberts 
HISTORIAN— Linda Freeman 






ACKROYD, JANET ELIZABETH, Springfield. 
ACREE, BARBARA KENT, Sharps. 
ADAMS, WILLIAM ARCHIE, JR., Williams- 
burg. 

ALBERT, ALAN FREDRIC, Baltimore, Mary. 
land. 
ALEXANDER, ALTHEA P., Catlett. 



ALGATT, JUDITH ANN, Salisbury, Maryland. 
ALLEN, DAVID M., Adrian, Michigan. 
AMEE, STEPHEN ELIOT, Ogunquit, Maine. 
ANDERSON, CHERYL DEE, Moline, Illinois. 
ANDREW, BETTY LYNN, Altavista. 



ANTHOLZ, MARY BEE, Minneapolis, Mir 

sota. 

ARNOLD, KAREN SUE, Annandale. 

AUMAN, SARAJANE, Virginia Beach. 

AUSTIN, TIMOTHY LEE, Annandale. 

BABB, BARBARA ELLEN, Alexandria. 



BAGBY, THOMAS LEE, Glen Allen. 
BAKER, BILLIE ANNE, Richmond. 
BANKS, JUDY ELLEN, Florence, South Caro- 
lina. 

BARBOUR, RICHARD EDWIN, Richmond. 
BARGER, RAY MAYNARD, Buena Vista. 



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BARNER, SALLY RUTH, Richmond. 

BARNES, ROBERT CARLTON, Richardson, 

Texas. 

BARRETT, JAMES CARLIE, Chesapeake. 

BAXTER, ROBERT GORDON, Newport News. 

BEACHLEY, NANCY LOUISE, Hopewell. 



BELL, RANDOLPH MARSHALL, New Kens- 
ington, Pennsylvania. 

BELL, ROBERT LESLIE, West Palm Beach, 
Florida. 

BENNETT, JOHN PRICE, Winchester. 
BERCK, DOROTHY ANN, Portsmouth. 
BERGLUND, JANET CLARA, Fort Eustis. 



BEVINS, TIMOTHY BOYNTON, Alexandria. 
BICKERS, MICHAEL ALAN, Charlottesville. 
BIORDI, TONI ELIZABETH, Arlington. 
BLAKE, KATHLEEN JANE, Falls Church. 
BLOMOUIST, ROGER NEIL, Falls Church. 




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BLOUNT, SUSAN MALLETT, Petersburg. 
BLUM, JOHN CURTIS, JR., Annandale. 
BLY, ROBERT DEXTER, Newport, Vermont. 
BOAL, ROBERT THOMAS, III, Cedar Grove, 
New Jersey. 
BOISSEAU, EDWARD HOOKER, Richmond. 



BONNER, WILLIAM THOMAS, Hot Springs. 
BORDEN, SUZANNE, Richmond. 
BOSWELL, JOHN EASTBURN, Petersburg. 
BOWEN, PAMELA GAY, Charlottesville. 
BOWLING, ARTHUR LEE, Lynchburg. 



BOWMAN, JOHN RANDALL, Lebanon, 
Ohio. 

BRADSHAW, JOHN OVERTON, Fredericks- 
burg. 

BRADSTREET, ANNE, Williamsburg. 
BRAY, JERRY RANDOLPH, Chesapeake. 
BREEN. BETTIJOYCE, Fort Monroe. 



BRETNALL, VIRGINIA JANE, Garden City, 

Long Island. New York. 

BRIM, BLAINE BYRON, Alexandria. 

BRINA, WILLIAM T., JR., Bay Village, Ohio. 

BRINK, LINDA FAYE, McLean. 

BROOKS, DAVID HEBER, Falls Church. 



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BROWN, ALAN KENT, Natorna Heights. 
Pennsylvania. 

BROWN, DANA ANTHONY, Hampton. 
BROWN, ROBERT EDWARD, Alex- 
andria. 

BROWN, ROBERT WILMOT, JR., Lynch- 
burg. 

BROWN, SUSAN KATHRINE, Virginia 
Beach. 






BROWN, WYNYARD ADAIR, Warren- ^0I^dV 



BUBSEY, WILLIAM EDWARD, Brecks- 

ville, Ohio. 

BUCKLEY, LINDA LOUISE, Cheverly, 

Maryland. 

BUFFINGTON, CARL E., JR., Fairfield, 

Connecticut. 

BULYNKO, LYDIA DAWN, Alexandria. 



BURGRAFF, CRAIG ROBERT, Allen- 
town, Pennsylvania. 

BURKE, FREDERICK COLLINS, Vienna. 
BUSHONG, DELORES ANN, Wood- 
stock. 

BUSSE, LAURA B., Charlottesville. 
BUTLER, MARION T., JR., Athens, 
Georgia. 



BUTLER, NORA DALBY, Suffolk. 

BYRD, CLAUDIA ANN, Richmond. 

CAFEO, LINDA LOUISE, Alexandria. 

CAHOON, ROGER HOWELL, West 

Chesapeake. 

CALHOUN, SUSAN JANE, Swainsboro, 

Georgia. 



CAMDEN, SANDRA KAY, Madison, 
Heights. 

CAMP, DEL RICHARD, Leesburg. 
CAMPBELL, RONALD WARREN, Roa- 
noke. 

CAMPBELL, SUSAN MARY, Centerville, 
Ohio. 

CARDILLO, GRACEMARY, Fort Lee, 
New Jersey. 



CARHART, JUDY ANN, Colonial 

Heights. 

CARLTON, ALICE C, Alexandria. 

CARPER, JOSEPH RAY, Danville. 

CASEY, EVERETT FRANK, Shrewsbury, 

Massachusetts. 

CAVANAUGH, THOMAS WILLIAM, 

Portsmouth. 



CELLA, NANCY LOUISE, Willingboro, 
New Jersey. 

CHANCELLOR, ANN LAYMAN, Frank- 
fort, Kentucky. 

CHANCELLOR, RUTH DONNAN, Alex- 
andria. 

CHARD, DOUGLAS NORMAN, Provi- 
dence, Rhode Island. 
CHASE, JUDITH CANEEL, Salem. 

CHAUSSE, PATRICIA ANN, Roanoke. 
CHEATHAM, ALVIN PAULIN, Williams- 
burg. 

CHESSON, MICHAEL BEDOUT, New- 
port News. 

CHESTERMANN, EVAN R., Ill, Rich- 
mond. 

CHILDERS, EDWIN ROBERT. JR., Vir- 
ginia Beach. 





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CHOCKLETT, CHARLES WAYNE, Lynch- 

burq. 

CHRISTIANSON, JAMES RICHARD, Bait!- 

more, Maryland. 

CHRISTOPHER, JOHN CORBIN, Tappahan- 

nock. 



CHUBB, WILLIAM S., Grosse Polnte, Michi- 
gan. 

CLARK, JACQUELINE E., Richmond. 
CLARK, JAMES BRUCE, San Diego, Cali- 
fornia. 



CLARK, LINDA DIAN, Sandston. 
CLARKE, WILLIAM GORDON, Richmond. 
CLAYTON, HELEN MARIE, Lanexa. 




Freshman boys pile logs high 
for "The Fire of the Bells." 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



"Why didn't I take biology?" 
wonders a freshman geology 
student. 




COBB, JAMES GURLEY, Norge. 

COCHRAN, STEPHEN GREY, Virgini, 

Beach. 

COLEMAN, RONALD CARY, Williamsburg. 



COLLINS, ELIZABETH WARE, Norfolk. 
CONVERSE, RAY, Falls Church. 
COOKE, JUDITH ANN, Hopewell. 



COOPER, ELLEN HOPE, Pearisburg. 
COOPER, MARIAN LOUISE, Springfield. 
CORVINO, MARGARET ELSIE, Carlisle B; 
racks, Pennsylvania. 



COUSINS, JOHN PAUL, Forest. 

COVINGTON, SUSAN ELLEN JEAN, North 

Springfield. 

COX, VIRGINIA LEE, Newport News. 




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CRANE, MICHAEL L, Vienna. 

CREWE, WILLIAM STEWART, Bethes- 

da, Maryland. 



CRISSEY, BARBARA JEAN, Huntington, 
West Virginia. 

CROWTHER, NANCY BRADFORD, 
West Hyattsville, Maryland. 



CUMBEE, RICHARD SHERIDAN, Pem- 
broke. 
CURLEE, FRANCIS LYNN, High Point, 

North Carolina. 




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"It's so easy! All I did was smile at him in the 
caf today." 



Class and School Spirit Prevail in Memorable Due Week 




CURWEN, DIANA LOUISE, Fieldale. 

CYRUS, LYNDA ANNE, Lynchburg. 

DAGGETT, SALLIE MOORE, Marianna, 

Arkansas. 

DAINER, PAUL MACLYN, Union, New 

Jersey. 

DALEY, JOHN GORDON, Falls Church. 



DARR, MICHAEL GLENN, Wadsworth, 
Ohio. 

DAUGHERTY, DAVID REAMS, Roches- 
ter, Minnesota. 

DAVID, JOSEPH JOHN, Abington, 
Pennsylvania. 

DAVIS, GEORGE HUGHES, Arlington. 
DAVIS, RICHARD MICHAEL, Lima, 
Ohio. 



DAVIS, ROBERT PRATT, Newport News. 

DAY, ROBERT WARWICK, Reading, 

Pennsylvania. 

DEAN, JOHN HOWARD, Chester, New 

Jersey. 

DECOT, MARK EDWIN, Basking Ridge, 

New Jersey. 

DEEKENS, JOHN MACKENZIE, Amelia. 



DEFREES, JANE LINDSAY, Alexandria. 
DEHN, GALE, Arlington. 
DENENBERG, DENNIS, Manheim, Penn- 
sylvania. 

DENNY, PATRICIA DIANNE, Danville. 
DENT, CHARLES EDWARD, JR., Pula- 
ski. 



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DEWEY, HARTLEY FISKE, Newport 
News. 

DEWITT, PAUL, Virginia Beach. 
DICKINSON, ENDERS, IV, Richmond. 
DILLON, LARRY THEARON, Martins- 
ville. 

DINNER, ELLIOTT DAVID, Scranton, 
Pennsylvania. 



DIPAOLA, MICHAEL FRANCIS, South 
Hackensack, New Jersey. 
DIVERS, ROBERT LEE, Rocky Mount. 
DOBYNS, CHARLOTTE ANN, Beau- 
fort, South Carolina. 

DODSON, HARRY HUGH, JR., Lynch- 
burg. 

DORROH, JOHN OLIVE, JR., Houston, 
Texas. 



DOUTHAT, JAMES EVANS, Petersburg. 
DOWNING, JACK RAYMOND, New- 
ark. Ohio. 

DRESS, NORMAN T., Wadsworth, Ohio. 
DRISCOLL, JOHN PATRICK, Richmond. 
DRISCOLL, LAWRENCE T., Rochester, 
New York. 



DRYER, LYNN RUTH, Waynesboro. 

DUDLEY, TERRENCE LYNN, Herndon. 

DUNN, WILLIAM LEE, Newport News. 

DUREY, ORIN JORDAN, III, Virginia 

Beach. 

EATON, DEMARIS WINSTON, Margate, 

New Jersey. 



EBERHARDT, MICHAEL C, Danville, 

Illinois. 

EDGREN, PHILIP ARTHUR, Silver 

Spring, Maryland. 

ELLENSON, DAVID HARRY, Newport 

News. 

ELLIOTT, CHARLES S., JR., Lynchburg. 

ELLIOTT, EDWIN POWERS, JR., Manas- 



EMERICK, JAMES TRACY, Fort Mc- 

Clennan, Alabama. 

ENGLE, JACQUELINE ANNE, Roanoke. 

ERNSTMEYER, JAN LOIS, Seattle, 

Washington. 

EVANS, SUSAN FERN, Alexandria. 

FAIRBANK, WENDY ELIZABETH, Dhah- 

ran, Saudi Arabia. 



FAIRBANKS, GEORGE C, IV, Virginia 



act. 



Rich- 



FAUBER, SUZANNE DILLON, 

mond. 

FENIGSOHN, GEORGE IRA, Newport 

News. 

FERGUSON, JOHN ELVIN, Rocky 

Mount. 

FINLEY, WILLIAM KIRKLAND, Franklin. 



FLORENCE, HENRY MICHAEL, West- 
wood. New Jersey. 

FLYNN, JOAN LESLEY, West Spring- 
field. 

FONDA, EMMA JEANNINE, Onancock. 
FORE, DANNY GARFIELD, Rustburg. 
FORRER, MARTHA JEANNE, Rich- 
mond. 




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FORREST, CARROLL MARK, Poquoson. 

FOX, ERNEST ERWIN, Short Hills, New 

Jersey. 

FRANKS, DOUGLAS WAYNE, Hopewell. 

FRAZER, ELIZABETH P., Newport News. 

FRAZIER, PATRICIA ANNE, Altavista. 



FRECE, JOHN WALTER, Lilian. 
FREEMAN, LINDA LEE, Richmond. 
FRIEDLAND, DORENE GAY, Hampton. 
FRIEDMAN, KATHLEEN GOULD, Spring- 
field, Illinois. 
FROSCHER, TORREY CURTIS, Arlington. 



FULLERTON, RICHARD BROOKS, Vienna. 
GALLOWAY, LURA GODDIN, Greenville, 
South Carolina. 

GARBER, DENETTE BELLE, Waynesboro. 
GARBER, JOHNNY WAYNE, Quicksburg. 
GASKINS, STEVE PETTIE, III, Arlington. 



GAYLE, RICHARD CARLTON, Sandston. 
GIAMPAPA, NANCYE CAROL, Alexandria. 
GIBSON, GALE HOLLY, Annandale. 
GILL, SANDRA LEE, Staunton. 
GILLESPIE, WILLIAM BRUCE, Roanoke. 



GIRARD, THOMAS PLEASANT, West Ches- 
ter, Pennsylvania. 

GIVENS, LOUISE KNIGHT, Pearisburg. 
GLASSMAN, ANDREW PAUL, Hamden, 
Connecticut. 

GLENN, JEAN PAXTON, Waynesboro. 
GODWIN, JOSEPH HENRY, III, Norfolk. 



GORDON, JUDY ALICE, Washington, D.C. 

GRACIAN, PATRICIA MARIA, Williamsburg. 

GRAHAM, ROBERT ALLISON, Ashland. 

GREEN, JAMES CRAWFORD, Penns Grove, 

New Jersey. 

GRIFFITH, DOUGLAS PAUL, Ellicott City, 

Maryland. 



GRIMM, EMMETT CARL, Linville. 
GROVE, ROBERTA LYNN, Glen Rock, Penn- 
sylvania. 

GURNEY, RICHARD D., Arlington. 
HAASE, LINDA LEE, Richmond. 
HALL, CHRISTINE LYNN, Cedar Rapids, 



HALL, WENDY STUART, Mathews. 

HALLMAN, BRIAN SHEPARD, Arlington. 

HAMACK, KEITH HARTMOND, Seattle, 

Washington. 

HAMERSEN, CAROL ELIZABETH, Kansas 

City, Missouri. 

HAMILTON, ANN, Dayton. 



HAMILTON, WILLIAM WADE, Wise. 
HARDIE, WILLIAM B., JR., El Paso, Texas. 
HARDING, MICHAEL STUART, Leonardo, 
New Jersey. 

HARPER, GAYLE CLIFTON, Richmond. 
HARRIS, SANDRA ELLA, Gladstone. 



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HARTSOCK, WILLIAM H., JR., Hershey, 
Pennsylvania. 

HARWOOD, GERTRUDE CLASH, Rich- 
mond. 

HAUCK. NANCY CAROL, Springfield. 
HAWKINS, DAVID L., Owenton, Kentucky. 
HAYHURST, RICHARD ALLEN, Parkersburg, 
West Virginia. 



HELFRICH, DOROTHY DIANE, Seaford, Del- 
aware. 

HENDERSON, EDMUND M., JR., Nassawa- 
dox. 

HENDRICKS, WILLIAM T.. Hampton. 
HENNINGER, ROBERT LEROY, McLean. 
HENRY, BARBARA MARTIN, Hampton. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



Residents of James Blair Terrace provide a highlight of Due Week as they march to campus with their contribution to the 
"Fire of Bells" bonfire. 





HERNDON, JESSE M., Ill, Sorel, Quebec, 

Canada. 

HERRING, FRANCES LEE, Newport News. 

HEWES, DEAN EDWARD, Fredericksburg. 

HIATT, JAMES HOWARD, Arlington. 

HIEGEL, PATRICIA LOUISE, Williamsburg. 



HILDEBRAND, PAUL H., JR., Alexandria. 
HILL, MARILYN LOIS, Pulaski. 
HINER, LAURA ANN, Richmond. 
HINSON, HELEN SUZANNE, Alexandria. 
HITT, ANNE MORTON, Richmond. 



HOFFMAN, RICHARD JOHN, Annandale. 

HOLLANDSWORTH, JOHN ALAN, Collins- 

ville. 

HOLM, THOMAS ALVIN, Falls Church. 

HOLMES, ROBERT ALLEN, Aliguippa, Penns- 

sylvania. 

HONEMAN, DONALD MICHAEL, McLean. 



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HOOKER, PATRICIA MARIE, Williams 

burg. 

HOOKER, RAY WILLARD, JR., Victoria 

Australia. 

HOPKINS, DEBORAH COOK, Summit 

New Jersey. 

HOPKINS, JOSEPH ANTHONY, Ches 

ter. 

HOSKINS, DONNA LYNN, Fort Eustis 



HOTTELL, NANCY LEE, Mt. Crawford. 
HOWARD, JOHN TIMOTHY, Laguna 
Beach, California. 

HOWE, MARGARET LEIGH, Mt. Solon. 
HOWELL, ROBERT LYNDON, Alex- 
andria. 
HUBER, MIRIAM SUE, Rustburg. 



HUDSON, RONALD LARRY, Richmond. 
HUESTON, JACK SCOTT, Richmond. 
HUFFMAN, LISA LEE, Winchester. 
HULEY, PETER HART, Arlington. 
HULL, DIANA FAYE, Buena Vista. 




Freshman Dormitories Create Floats for Homecoming Parade 




HULSE, NANCY LOUISE, Richmond. 

HUNT, ROBERT REED, JR., Startex, 

South Carolina. 

HUNTER, BARBARA JEANNE, Falls 

Church. 

HUTCHESON, MARTHA E., Chase City. 

HUTCHESON, ROBERT B., Woodbury, 

New Jersey. 



IRWIN, SANDRA LYNNE, Livingston, 

New Jersey. 

JACKSON, STEVEN LEON, Staunton. 

JACOBS, YETTA LEE, Hampton. 

JAGGARD, STEPHEN H., Pitmon, New 

Jersey. 

JAMERSON, PAMELA JO, Dillwyn. 



JARVIS, THOMAS DESTRY, Glasgow. 
JENKINS, SUSAN KATHRYN, Neptune 
Beach. Florida. 

JOHNSON, BARBARA ANNE, Church- 
land. 

JOHNSON, BEVERLY JEAN, Alexand- 
ria. 
JOHNSON, LOIS WINN, Staunton. 



JOHNSON, RUTH ANNE, Roanoke. 

JONES, BRUCE ALAN, Pottstown, 

Pennsylvania. 

JONES, EVELYN DIANE, Williamsburg. 

JORDAN, KATHRYN LEE, Williamsburg. 

JORDAN, LESLIE TEMPLE, East Setau- 

ket, New York. 



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JORDAN, MARGARET MYERS, Emporia. 

KALEN, LINDA SUE, Arlington. 

KANTZER, RICHARD FORBES, Wheaton, 

Illinois. 

KAPLAN, ROBERT RICHARD, Los Angeles, 

California. 

KAUFMAN, ROCHELLE V„ Wakefield. 



KEATOR, PHILIP JOHN, Newport News. 
KEITER, JOHN WAVERLY, York, Pennsyl- 

KELLAM, EDWIN CLAY, JR., Norfolk. 
KELLY, JACK ED, Panama City, Florida. 
KELLY, ROBERT FRANCIS, Silver Spring, 
Maryland. 



KENLEY, MARGARET ELLEN, Virginia Beach. 
KERSEY, KATHY ANN, Virginia Beach. 
KESTENBAUM, THELDA MAE, Culpeper. 
KEUPER, KENNETH ERWIN, JR., Wilming- 
ton, Delaware. 

KIEFFER, ROBERT EDWARD, Atlanta, 
Georgia. 




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KILMARTIN, TANITH, Lovingston. 
KING, JOHN GRANVILLE, JR., Yorktown. 
KINTSFATHER, DAVID P., JR., Falls Church. 
KIRACOFE, NANCY BIBB, Williamsburg. 
KIRKLEY, JOAN MARIE, Norfolk. 



KISHBAUCH, KATHRYN JANE, Wood- 
bridge. 

KLINE, PHYLLIS ANN, Blacksburg. 
KNAUPP, ROBERT WOODROW, South Plain- 
field, New Jersey. 

KNIGHT, CAROL ANN, Chesapeake. 
KNIGHT, RICHARD ERMES, Arlington. 



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KNOH, JUDY LANE, Martinsville. 
KOCH, ROBERT MAGOON, JR., Falls Church. 
KOEHLER, CAROLYN JEAN, Arlington. 
KOHLHAGEN, STEVEN WERNER, Springfield. 
KORTE, DON WALKER, JR., Virginia Beach. 



KORTY, FREDERICK WILLIAM, Riverdale, Maryland. 

KRON, MARILYN MAY, Roslyn Heights, Long Island, 

New York. 

LACY, LINDA ELIZABETH, Newport News. 

LADERBERG, WENDY ANN, Norfolk. 

LAMM, BRIAN DAVID, Falls Church. 



LANE, DENIS KENNEDY, JR., Alexandria. 
LANGHORST, GAIL ANN, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. 
LANKFORD, PAUL GANDY, Franklin. 
LARSON, KARIN LOU, Riverdale, Maryland. 
LARSON, NANCY JO, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. 



LAWSON, RICHARD COOPER, Perry, Georgia. 

LEE, RONALD EDWIN, Chesapeake. 

LEHIGH, JOHN MILTON, Hanover, Pennsylvania. 

LEMMER, JANET SUE, Falls Church. 

LEONARD, MELANIE REBECCA, Morrisville, Per 

sylvania. 



LEWIS, WANDA ELIZABETH, Natural Bridge. 

LIPSEY, CHRISTOPHER M., Huntington, Long Island, 

New York. 

LITTLEJOHN, ALBERT C, JR., Charlotte, North 

Carolina. 

LONG, BRUCE BARBER, Warsaw. 

LONG, JAQUELYN L'ENGLE, Buffalo, New York. 



LONG, NANCY O'NEIL, Richmond. 

LONG, WILLIAM IVEY, Rockhill, South Carolina. 

LOSH, RICHARD CATON, JR., Albuquerque, New 

Mexico. 

LOVE, DAVID WINN, Smithfield. 

LOVELACE, NANCY LYNN, Lynchburg. 



LOWE, WILLIAM CURTIS, Atlanta, Georgia. 
LOWRY, JOHN CHARLES, Williamsburg. 
LUBELEY, MICHAEL DAVID, Falls Church. 
LUCAS, DIANE ELIZABETH, Kettering, Ohio. 
LUCKEY, DIANE, Richmond. 



LUZINS, JURIS, Norfolk. 
LYON, DAVID ALLEN, IV, Petersburg. 
MACKEY, SARA LEE, Richmond. 
MADISON, ALAN WAYNE, Palmyra. 
MAEDER, SUSANNE RUTH, Richmond. 



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MAJKA, THEOPHILE JOSEPH, Newport 

News. 

MALLORY, SUSAN ANNE, Norfolk. 

MAPP, MARY LUCIE, Nassawadox. 



MAPP, NANCY LOUISE, Quinley. 
MARCHESE, WILLIAM VITO, Richmond. 
MARSH, LINDA RUTH, Canton, Massa- 
chusetts. 



MARSHALL, BEVERLY W., Gloucester. 
MARSHALL, CHARLES THOMAS, Williams- 
burg. 
MARSHALL, JANET ELAINE, Alexandria. 



MARVIN, EVERETT D., Ill, Oklahoma City, 

Oklahoma. 

MASON, CLAIRE LOUISE, Bowling Green. 

MASSEY, THOMAS JEROME, Richmond. 



MASTERS, MARY ELIZABETH, Phc 

Pennsylvania. 

MASTIN, JANE BRYAN, Roanoke. 

MAUCK, ELLEN DOUGLAS, Luray. 



MAY, DAVID SELDEN, Clarksville, Maryland. 
MAY, JAMES TERRELL, III, Virginia Beach. 
McCARROLL, ROBERT STACY, West Spring- 
field, Massachusetts. 



McCORMICK, JEFFREY CHARLES, Bowie, 

Maryland. 

McENTYRE, THOMAS GORE, La Canada, 

California. 

McGEE, MICHAEL PATRICK, Wheaton, 

Maryland. 



MclNDOE, LINDA MAE, Richmond. 

McLaughlin, Robert e., jr., Aiexandri 

McLEOD, NORA LYNN, Winston-Salen 
North Carolina. 




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freshmen. 




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McPHERSON, JOHN CHARLES, Hous- 
ton, Texas. 

McPHERSON, TIMOTHY C, Arling- 
ton. 

MENKE, WAYNE D., Rahway, New 
Jersey. 

MERRITT, MARGARET ANNE, Dallas, 
Texas. 
MEYER, CAROL LEE, Williamsburg. 



MICK, ROBERTA, Roanoke. 

MILES, LARUE CARTER, Bristol. 

MILLER, ANN SHELDON, Falls Church. 

MILLER, ARTHUR S., Ill, Virginia 

Beach. 

MILLER, CAROL LYNN, Vienna. 



MILLER, RICHARD WILLIAM, Moline, 
Illinois. 

MILLER, SUZANNE MANCILL, An- 
nandale. 

MILLER, THOMAS IRVIN, Berlin, 
Pennsylvania. 

MITCHELL, JACQUELINE SUE, Alex- 
andria. 
MOFFITT, SUSAN E„ Smithfield. 



MONCOL, SUSAN ANN, Prince George. 
MONK, RICHARD FRANCIS, Spring- 
field. 

MOORE, SUSAN JEANNETTE, Virginia 
Beach. 

MORDEN, MARY LOUISE, Bad Axe, 
Michigan. 

MORGAN, THOMAS ELDER, Annan- 
dale. 

MORIARTY, BARBARA WAYNE, Arl- 
ington. 

MORRIS, ALETHIA ANN, Richmond. 
MORRIS, ROBERT FRANKLIN, Salis- 
bury, Maryland. 

MORRIS, WILLIAM DWIGHT, Falls 
Church. 

MORRISSEY, JANE NORMA, Manches- 
ter, New Hampshire. 







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MORSS, MARK FRANKLIN, Worthing- 
ton, Ohio. 

MORTON, TERRY ALAN, Scotch Plains, 
New Jersey. 

MOWEN, JOHN CALVIN, III, Waynes- 
boro. 

MUENCH, JEAN ALICE, Alexandria. 
MULLOY, SUSAN MARY, La Paz, Boli- 



MURRAY, ALLAN DALE, Michigan City, 
Indiana. 

MURRAY, DWIGHT W., South Boston. 
NACHMAN, HENRY DUDLEY, Rich- 
mond. 

NANCE, GEORGE LAWRENCE, Frede- 
ricksburg. 

NANCE, GERALD NEWMAN, Arling- 
ton. 



NECSARY, JUDITH ANN, Tazewell. 
NELMS, ANN SCOTT, Vinton. 
NELSON, DOUGLAS LEA, Richmond. 
NEWMAN, MARY ELLEN HAYES, 
Williamsburg. 

NICKERSON, HARRIETT LYNN, Will- 
iamsburg. 





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NININGER, JENNY ELIZABETH, Roa- 
noke. 

NUCKOLS, MICHAEL AUBREY, Rocky 
Mount. 

NUGENT, THOMAS PATRICK, Alex- 
andria. 

ODLAND, JUDITH CLAIRE, Janesville, 
Wisconsin. 

O'NEIL, RICHARD ALAN, Washington, 
D.C. 



ONOERDONK, JAMES CHARLES, New- 
port News. 

ORWIG, CAROL JANE, Richmond. 
OWEN, MARILYN JEAN, Norfolk. 
PARKER, DAVID MICHAEL, Bedford. 
PASTORE, MARY MARGARET, Rich- 
mond. 



PERELMAN, CHARLES DAVID, Galax. 
PETERSON, HOLLY ANN, Arlington. 
PETRO, JOSEPH BARAN, Williamsburg. 
PEYRONNET, CAROLYN LEE, Rich- 
mond. 
PHILIPS, HENRY H., Ill, Richmond. 



PHILLIPS, CARSON RENEE, Lincoln. 
PHILLIPS, LINDA LEA, Petersburg. 
PHILLIPS, RONALD WILLIAM, Newport 
News. 

PIERCE, REBECCA GAYLE, Roanoke. 
PITTS, KATHERINE ADELAIDE, Rich- 
mond. 




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PITTS, MILDRED VIRGINIA, Williams- 
burg. 

PITZER, NANCY LUPTON, Lynchburg. 
POARCH, JUDY BOYD. Clarksville. 



POLLARD, JOSEPH LAWRENCE, Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

POLLARD, MELISSA DEA, Vienna. 
POLLARD, ROBERT DAVID, Norwalk, 
Connecticut. 



POLLOCK, FRANCES EWELL, Virginia 

Beach. 

PORTER, BETSY ANN, Newsoms. 

POTTER, RICHARD BOWEN, North 

Springfield. 



PRESCOTT, GEORGIA ANN, Williams- 
burg. 

PRESTON, MARGARET MARSTON, 
Virginia Beach. 
PRICE, JEANNE GLENITH, Amburg. 



PRICE, MARY RUTH, Stanley. 
PRICE, WILLIAM PIERCE, Sussex. 
PROCTOR, GAYLE RANSONE, Rich- 
mond. 



PULLEY, JUDITH ANN, Burlce. 
PULLIAM, KAY MAHAN, Roanoke. 
PURTILL, JAMES WILLIAM, Glaston- 
bury, Connecticut. 



OUAINTANCE, JOHN WESTON, Port 

Chester, New York. 

OUILLEN, SHARON MARGERY, Gate 

City. 

RAMSEY, ANN ECCLESTON, Abingdon. 



RAMSEY, ELIZABETH C, Charlotte 
Court House. 

REED, MYER STRATTON, JR., LaCrosse. 
REEDER, MICHAEL CHARLES, Williams- 
burg. 



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REPKA, RONNEE RAE, Philadelphia, 

Pennsylvania. 

REYNOLDS, RUTH ANN, Portsmouth. 

RHEA, HELEN WALLIS, Lutherville- 

Timonium, Maryland. 



RHODES, ADA VICTORIA, Williams- 
burg. 

RILEY, DAVID SCOTT, Memphis, Ten- 
nessee. 

RIORDAN, MARGARET R., Atlanta, 
Georgia. 



RIPY, BRUCE JOHNSON, Parkton, 

Maryland. 

RITCHIE, EDWARD JOSEPH, JR., 

Hampton. 

ROACH, THOMAS EUSTIS, Orange, 

Texas. 



ROAKES, SAMUEL EDWARD, JR., 

Miami, Florida. 

ROBERTS, AUSTIN L, III, Washington, 

D.C. 

ROBERTS, DONALD RAY, Roanoke. 



ROBERTS, PAMELA JEAN, Arlington. 
ROBERTSON, MORGAN McNEEL, 
Marietta. Georgia. 
ROGOWSKI, ELIZABETH D., Arlington. 



ROHR, DAVID MALCOLM, Portsmouth. 

ROSSING, BOYD EDWARD, Laurel, 

Maryland. 

ROWE, STEPHEN FRENCH, Eggleston. 



ROWE, STEVEN ANTHONY, Virginia 

Beach. 

RUMBURG, KENNETH NEIL, Stuarts 

Draft. 

RUNYON, JAMES DOUGLAS, North 

Babylon, New York. 



RYAN, GILES SANDFORD, Newport 

News. 

SAGER, GARY LEE, Mount Jackson. 

SALISBURY, DANIEL ERNEST, Falls 

Church. 



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SALLEY, MARY CARRINGTON, Columbia, 

South Carolina. 

SAMPSELLE, ANNA ALICE, Newport News. 



SCHAEFFER, RANDALL EUGENE, Bracken- 
ridge, Pennsylvania. 
SCHAFER, DONALD WILLIS, Orange. 



SCHERER, STACY ELIZABETH, Benton 

Harbor, Michigan. 

SCHLEIF, PETER ROBERT, South Plainfield, 



New Jersey. 



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SCHMITZ, MARY CHRISTINE, Richmond. 

SCHMOE, SUWANNEE ALLIERA, Quitmann, 

Georgia. 

SCHOLZ, KATHRYN LOUISE, Covington. 

SCHUELER, LINDA LEE, Woodstown, New 

Jersey. 

SCHUTZ, HENRY AUGUST, III, Falls Church. 



SCOTT, CAROLYN ELIZABETH, Richmond. 
SEABRIGHT, ALICE LUPTON, Winchester. 
SHACKELFORD, DAVID LEE, Lynchburg. 
SHEEHY, COLEMAN M., JR., Richmond. 
SHEPHERD, ALMEDA ANN, Gloucester 
Point. 



SHERMAN, CHRISTOPHER B., Cincinnati, 

Ohio. 

SHEWMAKER, CAROL FERN, Alexandria. 

SHICK, JOHN MALCOLM, JR., Falls Church. 

SHICKEL, LINDA SUE, Harrisonburg. 

SHOTWELL, INDIA MARIE, Richmond. 



SIEGFRIED, ROBERT BROOKS, Virginia 

Beach. 

SILLS, RICHARD EDWARD, Newport News. 

SIMPKINS, FRED CRAWFORD, Fisherville. 

SINGLETON, WILLIAM A., Springfield. 

SKEEN, SANDRA LOU, Rosedale. 



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SKELTON, JEAN WATSON, Blacksburg. 

SMALL, SUSAN HOLMES, Suffolk. 

SMEDS, RUSSELL CLARENCE, Williamsburg. 

SMITH, CYNTHIA SUE, Fincastle. 

SMITH, DORA JEAN, Washington, D.C. 



SMITH, MARGARETTE LOUISE, Georgetown, 
South Carolina. 

SMITH, PETER WINSLOW, Paget West, Ber- 
muda. 

SMITH, STEPHEN KEESE, Altavista. 
SOTHORON, MARGARET B., Charlotte Hall, 
Maryland. 
SOUTHERLAND, HUGH BARRY, Arlington. 



SPADY, DENARD CHARLES, Townsend. 
SPALDING, EVETTA DENISE, Williamsburg. 
SPAULDING, DAVID LEE, JR., Annandale 
SPENCE, DOUGLAS RICHARD, Yorktown. 
SPENCE, JANE MARIE, Arlington. 



SPENCER, ANN ELLEN, Charleston, South 
Carolina. 

SPENGERMAN, DONALD F., Atlantic High- 
lands, New Jersey. 

SPURLING, RICHARD DUDLEY, St. Georges, 
Bermuda. 

STAFFORD, MARY LOUISE, Roanoke. 
STEMPLE, SALLIE ELIZABETH, Lima, Peru. 



STEVENS, KENT McNEIL, Narrows. 

STEVENS, LAUREL CHRISTINA, Norfolk. 

STITH, FLORA LESTER, Richmond. 

STREETMAN, LARRY EUGENE, Columbus, 

Georgia. 

STUART, JOHN MICHAEL, Richmond. 



SUNDIN, LINDA ELLIOTT, Hampton. 

SWEENEY, REBECCA JANE, Opa Locka, 

Florida. 

SWENSON, MEREDITH JANE, Smyrna, 

Georgia. 

SYKES, SAM JONES, III, Virginia Beach. 

TALLEY, ANNE CHRISTINE, Dahlgren. 



TARPLEY, MARILYN SUE, Richmond. 
TATUM, JAMES LUTHER, Suffolk. 
TAYLOR, ANTHONY RAY, Colonial Beach. 
TAYLOR, CHRISTINE, Rhinelander 



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consin. 

TAYLOR, DOUGLAS D., Urbanna 



TAYLOR, JAMES RUSSELL, Wintersville, 

Ohio. 

THEBERGE, NORMAN B., JR., Virginia 

Beach. 

THOMPSON, MARY KIEFFER, Alexandria. 

TICHY, JOSEPH CHARLES, III, Silver Spring, 

Maryland. 

TONELSON, LOUIS OWEN, Norfolk. 



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VOLZ, DOUGLAS CHARLES, Roanoke. 
WAITE, BURT ALLAN, St. Thomas, Pennsylvania. 
WALKER, EDWARD FAHEY, Laredo, Texas. 
WALKER, LLOYD DANIEL, JR., Richmond. 
WALKER, SUSANNE TATUM, Williamsburg. 



WALL, ELIZABETH C, Newport News. 

WALLINE, KATHARINE KIRK, Annandale. 

WALTHALL, JO ANN, Alberta. 

WARBURTON, ELIZABETH, Bellport, New York. 

WARCHOLIK, STEPHEN RUSSELL, Falls Church. 



WARE, FRANCES FAULCONER, Tappahannock. 
WATERMAN, MARY REGINA, Dayton, Ohio. 
WATERS, GRETCHEN THERESA, Clinton, Iowa. 
WATERS, IRMA LYNN, Portsmouth. 
WATKINS, JANET, Arlington. 



WATKINS, STEPHEN HOUSTON, Tulsa, Oklahoma. 
WATSON, DAVID PERRIN, Wakefield, Massachusetts. 
WATSON, GEORGE H., Ill, Williamsburg. 
WATSON, LESLIE RAY, JR., Virginia Beach. 
WEAVER, JOHN WOOD, Williamsburg. 



WEISBERG, EDWARD JOSEPH, Norfolk. 
WELLS, WILLIAM O, JR., Richmond. 
WERGLEY, ALBERT NASH, Chesapeake. 
WERNER, JEAN LOUISE, Colonial Heights. 
WERNER, STEPHEN GARY, Roanoke. 



WEST, MARGARET LOUISE, Exmore. 
WHEELER, WILLIAM A., JR., Babylon, 
(Deceased October 28, 1965). 
WHITE, ALLAN EUGENE, Newport News. 
WHITE, BRIAN ERVIN, Newport News. 
WHITE, GAIL EVELYN, Salisbury, Maryland. 



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TOZZI, JOHN LEE, Pembroke. 

TRAVIS, PHILIP ARTHUR, Cape Charles. 

TRICE, CYNTHIA WEBB, Drewryville. 

TURNER, ELIZABETH CAROL, Woodlawn. 

TURVILLE, WILLIAM CHARLES, JR., Camp 

Lejeune, North Carolina. 

VAIDEN CAROLINE E., Wayne, New Jersey. 

VAIL, BARBARA SUE, Virginia Beach. 

VAN METER, OUENTIN LEE, Pittsburgh, 

Pennsylvania. 

VANN, MARTHA ANN, Strasburg. 
VARELA, GAIL ENID, Herndon. 
VAUGHAN, REBECCA MAGETTE, Court- 
land. 

VERGARA, JAMES JOSEPH, JR., Hopewell. 
VERHINE, PATRICIA ANNE, Newport News. 
VERSER, NANCY WARE, Richmond. 
VICK, ANN KNIGHTLEY, Richmond. 
VINING, KATHLEEN ANNE, Webster 
Groves, Missouri. 




Air Force recruiters and their "war machine" bring curiosity and controversy to the 
lawn of the Campus Center. 



FRESHMAN CLASS 



WHITE, JACOUELINE LEE, Sutherlin. 
WHITEHURST, ANNE WINSLOW, Knoxville, 
Tennessee. 

WHITING, LAWRENCE DERLAND, III, Rich- 
mond. 

WHITLOW, LYNDA ANNE, Virginia Beach. 
WILBORN, IRVIN MITCHELL, JR., South 
Boston. 



WILKINSON, RICHARD GRAHAM, Newport 

News. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES LOWELL, Feasterville, 

Pennsylvania. 

WILLIAMS, JAMES NEWTON, Virginia 

Beach. 

WILLIAMS, SUE RAWLS, Richmond. 

WILSON, DALE WAGERS, Virginia Beach. 



WINCHESTER, SHEILA ANN, Richmond. 

WINE, MARY SUE, Woodstock. 

WING, STEPHEN JOHN, Littleton, New 

Hampshire. 

WITT, DAVID LYNWOOD, Bedford. 

WOJNO, STANLEY JOSEPH, JR., Suffield. 

Connecticut. 



WONNELL, DONN THOMAS, Linwood, New 

Jersey. 

WOODAHL, ANN ELIZABETH, Bon Air. 

WOODARD, DIANE ELIZABETH, Courtland. 

WOODY, PATRICIA ANNE, Atlanta, 

Georgia. 

WOOLEYHAN, ALFRED MORELAND, JR., 

Quincy, Illinois. 



WOOLLEY, VINCENT DEVERE, River Vale, 
New Jersey. 

WYRICK, LINDA JEANNE, Rome, Georgia. 
YAGER, SHARON ANN, Pasadena, Cali- 
fornia. 

YOUNG, JOANN LINDA, Weston, Con- 
necticut. 
YOUNG, JOHN FINLEY, Milwaukee, Wis- 



ZENKER, SANDRA, Alexandria. 
ZEPUL, PATRICIA LOUISE, Annandale. 
ZYCHOWSKI, THADDEUS FRANK, Brooklyn, 
New York. 






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The Marshall-Wythe School of Law, the oldest and 
one of the most highly selective law schools in 
America, increased its enrollment to capacity this 
year. The School presented a mock-trial in order 
to give the student body a view of the American 
judicial system. This mock trial also helped the law 
students prepare themselves for their practice. The 
Dean of the Law School, Joseph Curtis, and his 
faculty, including Dean Emeritus Dudley Wood- 
bridge, continued their excellent instruction on a 
level compatible with the school's fine reputation. 




Law Student Aldric J. LaBell experiences the tedium of long 
hours of graduate research. 



Nation's Oldest Law School Completes 187th Year 







ATACK, WILLIAM CHARLES, Richmond. 
BARR, STANLEY G., JR., Williamsburg. 
BOLTON, LAWRENCE E., Garden City, New 
York. 



BRACKETT, WILLIAM DODDS, Hinsdale, Illinois. 
BURTON, ALBERT PAUL, JR., Hampton. 
BUSBEE, HOWARD JAMES, Falls Church. 



CLARK, THOMAS CHARLES, Mifflinburg, Penn- 
sylvania. 

CULVERHOUSE, WILLIAM E., Williamsburg. 
DRAY, MARK STANLEY, Williamsburg. 




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EVANS, JAMES AUGUST, Pine City, New York. 
GOLDBERG, AUBREY, Williamsburg. 



HARRIS, STEPHEN DAVID, Canton, Ohio. 
HOLLOWELL, THOMAS P., Burlington, Iowa. 
HOWARD, JOSEPH LEWIS, Falls Church. 







JEFFRIES, WILLIAM L, JR., Virginia Beach. 

KENT, CHARLES ERIC, Williamsburg. 

KEOWN, WILLIAM ROBERT, St. Petersburg, 

Florida. 



KIMES, RUSSELL A., JR., New Canaan, Connecti- 
cut. 

LENT, ROBERT NORMAN, River Edge, New 
Jersey. 

MAINELLI, ALBERT JOHN, JR., Providence, 
Rhode Island. 



MORRIS, STANLEY LEE, JR., Norfolk. 

MUNROE, WILLIAM ROBERTS, Williamsburg, 

Massachusetts. 

O'BRYAN, DAVID WAYNE, Richmond. 




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The law library in Bryan basement provides an isolated environment for studying judicial intricacies. 




PERROTTI, SAVERIO, JR., North Providence, 

Rhode Island. 

RACHY, MARCIA FAITH, Williamsburg. 



REVELEY, HUGHES KENNEDY, JR., Virginia 

Beach. 

SMITH, SYDNEY STROTHER, III, Williamsburg. 



SWERSKY, ALFRED DAVID, Williamsburg. 
TROTH, JAMES ROBERT, Williamsburg. 



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TUCKER, JAMES LETCHER, Williamsburg. 
WANDREI, ROBERT THOMAS, Adams, Mas- 
sachusetts. 

WHITE, PETER HAYES, Hopewell Junction, New 
York. 



WHITE, RONALD WESLEY, Pierre, South Dakota. 
WOLF, HENRY CHARLES, Williamsburg. 
WOLF, ROBERT PAUL, Williamsburg. 



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College Offers Expanding Graduate Program 



CHANNING, SHEILA ANN, New Barnet, Herts, 
England. Exeter Exchange Student. 
EMERSON, JUNE E., Akron, Ohio. Biology. 





WINSLOW, LOIS, Belvidere, North Carolina. 
Education, Guidance and Counseling. 
YU, WILLIAM JEN-HEN, Taipei, Taiwan. Psycho- 
logy. 




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here are summed up by 
an index. For what more 
is college than an indica- 
tor, an all encompassing 
pointer which directs 
thoughts and molds minds 
for the future. 




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Administration and Faculty Index 



Abbot, William W. 

Agee, Joseph S., 42. 222, 223 

Alewynse, John J., Jr., 38 

Altshuler, Nathan, 45 

Anderson, Charles H. 

Andrews, Jean O, 30 

Armstrong, Alfred R., 28 

Atlceson, Thomas C 37 

Atkinson, Harry E., 37 

Baldwin, John T. 

Ball, Donald L, 30, 31 

Balllnqall. Carol E., 45 

Banner, J. Worth, 38, 95 

Barka, Norman F. 

Barksdale, Martha E., 43, III, 276 

Barnes, Carson H., Jr., 22 

Barrett, Mildred, 43, 276 

Barry, Robert A., 27 

Beaty, Mary Elizabeth 

Beck, Louis Marvin 

Beeler, James Rush, 38 

Bell, John Patrick 

Benton, Robert R. 

Berry. Hertha K.. 38 

Bick, Kenneth F., 33 

Beyer. R. Carlyle, 35 

Black, Robert E., 26 

Bland, Samuel Russell 

Board of Visitors, 18 

Brent, Joseph L, 35 

Brickell, Edward Ernest, 19. 30 

Bright, John C, 22, 95 

Brooks, Garnett R., Jr., 26, 162 

Brower. Mrs. Philip (Helen), 38 
Byrd, Mitchell A., 26 
Cacciapaglla, John T. 
Cappon, Lester 
Carson, Jane 
Cato, Benjamin. 40 
Chabot, Brian Frank. 26 

Chambers. William B., Jr., 42. 222, 223. 23i 
Chandler, Charles, 24 
Chesser, Royce W., 29 
Choi, Kee II, 27 
Clark, Judy Ann, 40 
Clem, Paul N., 29 
Clement, Stephen C, 33, 157 
Cogle. Dennis K., 24 
Coke, James W. 
Coleman. Henry E., 32 
Conner. Luther Thomas, Jr., 40 
Copeland. Richard W.. 29 
Corbett. Eleanor Quinn, 43, 276 
Corey, Hibbert D. 
Crawford, George W., 44 
Crowe, Patricia B., 275, 276 
Crownfield, Frederic R., Jr. 
Curry, Richard C, 34 
Curtis. Joseph, 37 
Dafashy. Wagih, 27 
Darling. J. S„ 41 
Davidson, Charles E.. 30 
Davis. William F., 30 
Daw, Hurbert A„ 44 
Derks, Peter L. 

Derrlnge, Edmond T., 42, 149, 222, 
223 



Donaldson, Birdena E.. 22, 95, III 

Dorrance, Carolyn L., 34 

Duvernois, Gilbert 

Easier. Hugh B„ 40. 162 

Eckhause, Morton, 44 

Elliott. Nathaniel Y., 30 

English, Robert T., 24 

Esler, Anthony J„ 35 

Evans. Frank B., III. 30, 56 

Faris, E. McGruder. Jr., 37 

Fehr, Carl A., 41, 140, 141, 142 

Feix, Marc R. 

Fischer, Emeric, 37. 115 

Floyd. Edwin D„ 38 

Foster, Lewis, A., 41 

Fowler, Harold L, 17. 20, 95 

Friedman, Herbert, 44 

Funsten, Herbert 

Galfo, Armand J.. 29 

Garrett, Martin A„ 27 

Gates, Nancy L. 

Geoffroy, Kevin E., 29 

Goodwin, Bruce K„ 33, 157 

Gordon, Norman R. 

Gray, David J., 45 

Green, Warren J., 22, 78 

Gross, Pincus, 44 

Groves. Harry R., 42. 222, 234. 245 

Guy, William G.. 28, 56, 89, 140 

Haak, Albert, 32 

Haase. Arthur E., 38 

Hageman, Elizabeth H., 30 

Hall. Gustav W.. 26 

Hamilton, Margaret 

Hammack, B. A. 

Harcum, E. Rae 

Harrell. Bryant E.. 28 

Harvey. John H„ 42. 237 

Hastings. Russell T. 

Haussermann, Caroline, 43, 272 

Hearn. Thomas K.. Jr. 

Heemann, P. Warren, 23 

Heilbronn, Denise M., 38 

Heissenbuttel, Dorothy J. 

Herrmann, Donald J.. 29 

Hill, Trevor B.. 28 

Hoffman, E. Lewis. 38 

Hogan, Julian L, Lt. Col.. 36. 147 

Holland. Howard K., 29 

Holmes, David L.. 30 

Hooker, Lester, 42, 222, 223 

Hubert. Carol Ann, 30 

Hunt, Robert P.. 21 

Ito, Satoshi, 45 

James, Robert. 42, 222, 234, 245 

Jenkins, David C, 30, I 10 

Jensen, Dudley M., 21, 222, 223 

246 
Johnson, Gerald H., 33 
Johnson. Ludwell H., 35 
Johnston, Lestine Rebecca, 38 
Johnston, Robert A., 20 
Jones. Edward Earl, 42 
Jones, Gilbert C. 27, 161 
Jones, W. Melville. 16, 17, 20 
Kallos, Alexander. 38, 110 
Kane, John R. 



Katz, Edward, 28 

Kelly, James P., 23 

Kernodle. R. Wayne, 45 

Kiefer, Richard L, 28. 163 

Kim, Chonghan, 34 

Kindred, Jerome C, 30 

King, Algin B. 

Kirk. Glenn G.. 32, I 13, 143 

Koman, John Var.Ess 41 

Krebs, Lillane, 38 

Kurtz, Alexander I.. 38 

Kutner. Michael H.. 40 

Lambert, J. Wilfred, 22, 95 

Lawrence, James D., 80, 117 

Lawrence, Sidney H. 

Leach, James J. 

Leach. Phyllis 

Leonard, Lawrence C. 40 

Leadbeater, Lewis W. 

Levy, Marvin D., 222. 225 

Liguori, Victor A.. 45 

Linkenauger, Mont. 42 

Lockaby, Jesse S., Jr., Capt,, 36 

Long, John H., 44 

Longman, Joyce F., 40 

Lott. Edril, 36 

McCartha. Carl W., 29 

McCary, Ben C, 39 

McConkey. Donald L, 32. 113, 143 

McCord, James N., Jr., 35 

McCulley, Cecil M., 30. 31. 109 

McCully, Bruce T. 

McGavran, James Holt, Jr., 31 

McKenna, Virgil V., 44 
McKnight, John L. 

McLane, Henry Earl. 41 

McLennan. Donald E.. 44 

MacDonald, Frank A., 41 

MacQueen, John T., 28 

MacCubbin, Robert. 31 

Mangum. Charlotte. 26 

Mann, Barry H., 156 

Martel, J. Luke. Jr.. 39, 159 

Mason, Kenneth M., Jr., 31 

Matier, Mildred 

Matthews, John R., Jr., 27 

Meurer. James R., 45 

Miller, Thelma, 36 

Moore, John A.. 39 

Morrill. John B., 26 

Morrison, Aubrey L.. 39 

Moss. W. Warner, 34 

Neiman, Fraser, 31 

Nelson, Robert Oliver, 29 

Newman, Richard K., 32 

Nichols, Maynard M. 

Nickerson. Charles Collins. 31 

Norman, Russell Philip 

Nunn, Vernon L., 24 

Ofelt, George S. 

Orlow, Dietrich O., 35 

Otis, Richard B., 39 

Oustinoff, Pierre C. 39 

Paledes, Stephen, 41 

Palmaz, Maria A. Robredo, 39 

Paschall. Davis Y.. 18, 19, 56, 57, 88, 91 

Pearce, Glenn A. 



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Pearl, Mary J., 38 
Peccatiello, Lawrence, 42 
Pedigo. Robert A., 26 
Phelps, Arthur W., 37 
Phillips. William H., 32 
Pittman, Mclvin A., 44 
Pucci, Ralph Taylor, 42, 222 
Ouinn. John S., 27 
Quittmeyer, Charles L, 27 
Reboussin, Marcel, 39 
Reece, William T., 27, 160 
Reed, Elizabeth S., 41 
Reid, Harriet E., 21 
Reynolds, Thomas L, 40 
Rhyne, Edwin H., 45 
Richel, Veronica C. 
Riley, Edward Miles 
Riley, F. J. Patrick, Jr., 29 
Ringgold. Gordon B„ 39, 116 
Ringgold, Nicolette P.. 39 
Ringsmuth. David C. 34 
Roby. Shirley G., 43, 151 
Roherty, James M., 34 
Roseberg, Carl A., 32 
Ryan, George J., 38 
Salunek. Edward J. 
Sancetta. Anthony L, 27 
Sawyer, James W., 32 
Scammon, Howard. 32, 117, 135 
Schifrin, Leonard, 27, 160 
Schone, Harlan E., 44 



Seale, Lawrence S., 31 
Selby. John E. 
Servies, James A., 21 
Shaw. Lloyd R., Jr.. 31 
Sherman, Richard B., 35 
Siegel, Robert T., 20 
Smith, Howard M., 42,109, 158 
Smith, James M. 
Smith, LeRoy W„ 31 
Smith, Robert E.. 44 
Snidow. Sandra, 22, 200 
Sparling. Russell P., 31 
Speese, Bernice M. 
Squatriglia, Robert W., 22 
Squires, JoAnne, 44 
Staroba, Frank J., 32 
Stason, E. Blythe, Jr., 37 
Stewart, Alan C, 41 
Stone, Howard, 39 
Stone, Margaret, 40 
Strohhofer. Marie E., 39 
Swindler, William F. 
Sykes. John W„ 29 
Tammariello, August, 42 
Tarleton, Lavonne O., 28, 172 
Tate, Thaddeus W., Jr., 35 
Taylor, Charles L, 25, 34 
Terman, C. Richard, 26, 169 
Thome. Thomas E., 132 
Thurman, William R., Jr., 31 
Tillotson, Rex, 21 



Travis, Howard Paul, 32 

Tomlinson, Janet, 43 

Truesdell, Frederick D., 41 

Turbow. Gerald D., 35 

Turner, William C, 40 

Tyler, Anne S., 39 

Van Voorhis, Jerry, 23 

Varner, Charles R., 41, 138 

Wallace, Carol A., 43 

Webb, Stephen S. 

Weeks, Ross, 23 

Weiler, Fred W.. 40 

Welch, Bruce L. 

Welsh. Robert E., 44 

Wenger, Thelma W., 29 

Whitaker, Floyd, 24 

Whyte, James P., 37 

Wilkin, Alma L, 36 

Williams, Stanley B., 44, 116. 163 

Willis. John H„ 31 

Winder, Margaret, 29 

Winebarger, Margaret 

Winter, Rolf G„ 44 

Withers, Nathaniel, 40 

Witten, Charles X., 42, 251 

Wofford, Milton R., Capt., 36 

Wood, Gordon S. 

Woodbridge, Dudley W., 37 

Woodward. J. B., 18 

Zung, Joseph T., 28 



Organizations Index 



Abelian Society. 162 
Alpha Chi Omega. 202. 



203 



Alpha Lambda Delta, I I I 

Alpha Phi Omega, 148 

Backdrop Club, 137 

Balfour-Hillel, 166 

Band, 138, 139 

Baptist Student Union. 167 

Biology Club, 162 

Canterbury Club, 168 

Cheerleaders, 152, 153 

Chemistry Club, 163 

Chi Delta Phi, I 12 

Chi Omega. 204, 205 

Choir, 140, 141 

Chorus. 142 

Christian Fellowship, 169 

Christian Science Organization, 170 

Circle K, 149 

Colonial Echo, 120, 121, 122, 123 

Debate Council, 143 

Delta Delta Delta, 206, 207 

Delta Omicron, I 12 

Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha, 113 

Economics Club, 160 

Eta Sigma Phi. I 13 

Flat Hat, 124, 125, 126, 127 

Gamma Phi Beta, 208, 209 

General Cooperative Committee, 95 

Group Leaders, 104 

Inter-Fraternity Council, 200 

Kappa Alpha, 178, 179 

Kappa Alpha Theta, 210. 21 I 



Kappa Delta, 212, 213 

Kappa Delta Pi, 114 

Kappa Kappa Gamma. 214. 215 

Kappa Sigma, 180, 181 

Keplar, 156 

Lambda Chi Alpha, 182, 183 

Le Cercle Francais, 159 

Lutheran Student Association, 171 

Majorettes. 139 

Men's Dormitory Council, 103 

Men's Honor Council, 100, 101 

Mermettes, 150 

Mortar Board, 108 

Newman Club, 172 

Omicron Delta Kappa, 109 

Orchesis, 151 

Panhellenic Council, 201 

Phi Alpha Delta, I 15 

Phi Beta Kappa, 107 

Phi Delta Phi, 115 

Phi Eta Sigma, I I I 

Phi Kappa Tau, 184, 185 

Phi Mu, 216. 217 

Phi Mu Alpha, I 14 

Physical Education Majors Club, 1 58 

Pi Beta Phi, 218, 219 

Pi Delta Epsilon, 110 

Pi Delta Phi. I 16 

Pi Kappa Alpha, 186, 187 

Pi Lambda Phi, 188, 189 

Political Science Forum, 161 

Psi Chi, I 16 

Psychology Club, 163 



President's Aides, 99 
Oueen's Guard Association, 146 
Reserve Officers' Training Corps, 144, 145, 
146, 147 

Sailing Association, 157 

Scabbard and Blade, 146 

Sigma Alpha Epsilon, 190, 191 

Sigma Nu, 192, 193 

Sigma Phi Epsilon, 194, 195 

Sigma Pi, 196, 197 

Sigma Pi Sigma, I 17 

Spanish Club, 159 

Sponsors, 105 

Student Association. 95, 96, 97, 98 

Student Bar Association, 155 

Student Education Association. 

158 
Student Publications Committee, 119 
Student Religious Union, 165 
Society for the Advancement of 

Management, 161 
Theta Alpha Phi. I 17 
Theta Delta Chi, 198, 199 
Wayne F. Gibbs Accounting Club, 160 
WCWM, 130, 131 
Wesley Foundation, 173 
Westminster Fellowship, 174 
William and Mary Review, 128. 129 
William and Mary Theatre, 133, 134, 135, 

136 

Women's Dormitory Association, 102 
Women's Honor Council, 100. 101 
Young Republicans, 154 



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Student Index 



Abarbanel, Peter Don. 178, 339 
Abbott, Jeanne Carolyn, 320 
Abercrombie, Clara Reid. 125, 127, 

174, 212. 339 
Abicht, Sandra Rita, 105, 33? 
Ackerman. Spencer Perry, 320 
Ackroyd. Janet Elizabeth. 205, 362 
Acree, Barbara Kent. 202, 362 
Acree, Nora Bates. 204, 320 
Adair, Lyles Cornwell 
Adams. Alexia Dell, 339 
Adams, Alice Carolyn, 280 
Adams. Patricia Anne, 206, 280 
Adams. Sandra Jo 
Adams. Sheryl Lee 
Adams. William Archie. Jr., 362 
Addison, Russell C, Jr. 
Agatstein, David Joseph 
Akens Emma Dorcas. 280 
Akers Dorislee, 112, 173, 211, 339 
Albee, Judith Lynn, 75, 167. 339 
Albert. Alan Fredric, 189, 362 
Albertson Charles M„ Jr.. 161, 225. 

8? 

Albertson. Sue Carol 
Aldhizer George Ronald, 196 
Alexander, Althea P., 157, 362 
Alexander, Edwin McD., 161, 280 
Alexander, Lillian G., 320 
Alexander, Patricia Ann 216, 217, 281 
Algatt, Judith Ann, 130, 154. 171. 207. 

362 
Allard Paul Francis. 161. 165 172. 281 
Allen, Cornelia Cargill, 137, 210, 281 
Allen David M., 103. 120. 362 
Allen. Marilyn Faye, 167, 281 
Allen Nancy Miles 
Allen Nancy Taylor. 214, 320 
Alley Wayne Mosby. 181, 33? 
Allison, Ellen Barr, 200, 216, 217. 281 
Alphin. Gary Warren. 179. 390 
Alphin. George Robert. 281 
Al Salam. Sue Gray Norton 
Alvarez. Jose M. 
Alvarez. Juanita Alice 
Alvis, Elizabeth H., 339 
Aman, Cyrus Walton. Jr., 158, 263. 281 
Amee. Stephen Eliot, 157. 362 
Amon, James Paul 
Amory, Robert F., 14?, 33? 
Amsbaugh, Diana Fay. 33? 
Anderson, Cheryl Dee, ?7. 20?, 362 
Anderson, Claire H.. 150, 33? 
Anderson. David Hertz, l?4, 33? 
Anderson Heather Ann 
Anderson, Robert Hilton, 160, 194. 281 
Anderson. Shirley Jo 
Anderson. William M., Jr., 179, 281 
Andrew, Betty Lynn, 97, 215. 362 
Andrews. Susan C. 116, 127. 212. 33? 
Annon. Alice Virginia. 204. 281 
Anspach, Charles Fred. 245 
Antholz. Mary Bee 362 
Anthony, Carolyn Ellen. 136, 212. 320 
Anthony, Wm. Henry Jr.. 147, 281 
Applegate, Charles Edward. 33? 
■Appier. David Van, 186. 246, 33? 
Arberg Phillips Atwell 187. 252 
Arey. Linda Lugenia. 210. 281 
Arhart. George Andrew 
Armentrout. James W. Jr.. ?5, ?6, ?7. 

?8, ??, 10?, 119. 160, 196, 281 
Armentrout, Regina Ann, 208, 340 
Armstrong, Ernest H.. Jr., 182, 320 
Arnett. Linda Ann, 158, 163. 174. 320 
Arnold. Charles J., 146. 147, 178, 179, 281 
Arnold, Ellen Ann. 48 52 ?l 204. 340 
Arnold, Karen Sue, 153. 215, 362 
Arnold, Marjorie Rawl, 163, 206, 320 
Artman, Alan Miller 
Asburry, Lois Gertrude, 340 
Atack, William Charles, 103, 382 
Atkins, Martha Kay, 152, 218. 340 
Atkinson. Alvan Williams, 182, 246, 320 
Chlsman, Hazel A. Atkinson 
Atkinson. Karen Lee, 281 
Atkinson, Phoebe Joanne 
Atwell. Patricia Lynne. 208. 320 
Atwood. Camille Ann 
Audet, Benjamin Hobart, 340 
Audley, Robert Francis, 254 
Augustine, Greta Ann, 20?. 340 
Auman, Sara Jane. 170. 211. 362 
Austin. Timothy Lee, 183. 362 
Ayers, Deborah 
Ayers. Ruth Ann 

B 

Babb. Barbara Ellen, 120. 362 
Babcock. Richard R.. Jr., 104, 110. 131 

l?4. 256, 320 
Baber. Maureen Elizabeth, 158, 218 

282 
Bagby, Nancy May, 200. 216. 217, 320 
Bagby, Thomas Lee. 187, 362 
Bagley, Carol Ann, 104, III, 214, 215, 

340 
Bagley. James Lyle. 114, 138. 340 



Bailey. James Bernard 

Bailey John Edward. Jr., 340 

Bailey Patricia Ann, 121, 151. 206. 320 

Baird ' Barbara Kay 208, 320 

Baker'. Billie Anne. 216, 362 

Baker Janet Louise, 174, 340 

Baker Mary Sherman, 218, 282 

Baker Thomas Oliver, 169, 340 

Baker' Thomas Warren, 117, 282 

Bakowskl Christine B. 

Baldino. John Joseph 

Baldwin David Gladding, 148. 168. 282 

Baldwin William Clinton, 107, 165, 

167. 282 
Baldwin Pamela Voeglin 
Baldwin Priscilla B.. 151, 206, 340 
Ballance Willaim M.. 340 
Bane John Ward, 199. 257. 321 
Banks Judy Ellen. 159. 215. 362 
Banner Worth Durham 
Bannerman Elaine Celia. 108. 168. 210. 

277, 282 
Banning Linda Rae, 340 
Baptist. Edward Woodson. 107, 162, 

169, 282 
Barber Merrill Jean, 125, 214, 321 
Barber Will Albert, Jr. 
Barbour Janette Olive 
Barbour Richard Edwin, 234, 362 
Barclay Ralph Kinney 
Barger Ray Maynard, 181. 362 
Barker.' Larry Keith 
Barksdale Suzanne L.. 206, 321 
Barner Sally Ruth. 363 
Barnes Charlene Anne. 169, 214, 282 
Barnes' Robert Carlton, 183, 363 
Barnes' William A., Jr., 340 
Barnett. Jerry Wayne 
Barnett Ricarda Ann, 105, 275. 340 
Barnett William George. 196. 340 
Barney 'Gretchen Lee. 150, 202, 340 
Barocco Diana, III. 208. 340 
Barr Stanley G.. Jr., IIS. 155, 382 
Barrett. Charles Butler 
Barrett James Carlie. 363 
Barrett Mary Kay. 273 
Barron' Elizabeth Dickey, 123, 124, 162, 

204, 320 
Barry Thomas William, Jr. 
Bartelt John Allan, 160 
Barwick. Allen. 162 
Bary Victor Alexander, 282 
Baskervill Mary James, 206, 322 
Baskerville Susan B.. 102. 272 
Bassuener, Barbara Ann. 105, 122, 214. 

340 
Bastow. Harry. III. 168 
Batchelor, Linda Jean. 321 
Bates Rodger Alan, 122, 144, 225, 226, 

245, 282 
Battaglia Carol, 172, 340 
Battey. Susann Fraser 
Baumgaertel, Joanne Kay. 133. 134, 

150. 277. 340 
Ba«ter Dorothy Heinlein 
Baxter' Robert Gordon, 233. 363 
Beachley, Nancy Louise, 212, 363 
Beading Leslie Craig. 192. 225, 227, 

340 
Beal Kenneth Lee 
Beale Sam Tall, III 
Beales, Walter R., Ill, 282 
Beamer William Robert 
Beasley' Janet Lesley. 169, 204, 282 
Bear George Alvin, Jr., 246 
Beard John Coleman, 340 
Beaston Charles M„ III, 233 
Beatty, Marvin E.. Ill 
Beazley. Linda Lee, 340 
Beck, Sherwin Michaux 
Becker James Monroe. 149. 165. 173, 

282 
Beckroge, Judith Louise, 340 
Beebe Matthew Roger, Jr., 157, 184, 

282 
Beegle, Lizabeth LaPorte 
Beers Marion Drane 
Beers. Robert Wilson, 154, 160, 341 
Beirne. Harold Raymond, Jr., 104, 341 
Bell. James Robert. 100, 162, 194. 321. 

386 
Bell, John Russell, Jr. 
Bell, Randall Theron, III, 128. 160. 321 
Bell. Randolph Marshall. 234. 363 
Bell, Robert Leslie. I?3, 363 
Bembenista, Walter John, 184, 185, 

263, 283 
Benbow, Susan Tindall, 161, 214, 321 
Bendall, Robert Warrick 
Bender, Carol Amory. 208, 341 
Benedict, John Allen. 182. 283 
Benedict, Rosemarie, 168, 341 
Bennett, John Price, 363 
Bennett, Paul Michael 
Bennett, Penelope 341 
Bennett, Raymond Terry, 73, ?7, 156. 

321 
Bennett, Robert Harry 
Benson, Elizabeth L., 202 341 



Bensten, Ronald Everett, III 321 
Bentley, James Robert 
Berck, Dorothy Ann, 363 
Bergemann, Helene G., 167, 321 
Berger, Charles Harry, 19?, 341 
Berger, Martha Ellen, 120 341 
Berghaus, William C. B., I?8. I?9 283 
Berglund. Janet Clara, 205, 363 
Berks, Gerald. 218 
Berman. Herbert Seth, 341 
Berman, Richard Barry, 166 
Berstein. Paul Jeffery, 99, 100 107 122 

188, 234. 244, 245 283 
Bertrand, Frederic Howard 
Beville, Susan Patricia, 275, 341 
Bevins, Timothy Boynton, 103, 127 

363 
Beyer, Angela Scott 
Beyer, Emil Charles 
Kiracofe, Nancy Bibb, 371 
Bickers, Michael Alan, 233 363 
Bielstein, Gretchen P. 
Biggs, Diana, 341 
Billy, Madeline Scott, 105. 172 
Binns, William Fielding, 186 187 262 

321 
Binzer, Renee. 151, 341 
Biordi, Toni Elizabeth 363 
Birk, John Alexander 
Bishop, Florence Parlett. 114. 158. 169 

212, 283 
Bishop, Virginia E„ 78, 121, 122, 158, 

206, 321 
Bierke, Joyce Carlson 
Bjorkback, Cathy E.. 48, 50. 51 204 

341 
Black, Frederick Scott, 169 341 
Blackburn, Sandra Lynne 170 
Blackwell, Donald Pearson, 115 155 
Blair, Robert Allen, l?6, 341 
Blake, Kathleen Jane. 174. 363 
Blanchard. Kate E., 157, 341 
Blankenship Victoria Lee 
Bland, William Robert, 104, 127, l?2 

283 
Blankenship. Billie Kaye 
Blanklnship, Jo Ellen. 167, 321 
Blandenship, Victoria Lee. 206, 341 
Blandford, Mary Florence 117 137 

173, 283 
Blatt, Jaon Margaret 
Blekicki. Thomas Walter 158 180 283 
Blessing. Gerald Vincent 
Blevins. Ellen Johnson 
Blomquist, Roger Neil, 80, 171, 363 
Bloom, Joel Barnet 
Blount, Susan Mallett, 207, 363 
Blum, John Curtis, 363 
Blumenthal, David Alan. 107, 117 165, 

166, 283 
Bly, Leon Joseph, 114, 138, 145 283 

363 
Bly, Robert Dexter. 18? 
Boal. Robert Thomas, III 363 
Boaz, Ann Somers, 341 
Boaz. Elizabeth Lynn, 341 
Boberg, James Richard, 186 
Boberg. John Robert. 341 
Bocock, Sandra Elise, 48. 52, 90, 91 

207, 341 
Bodo, Judith Karen, 202, 341 
Boertzel, Harry Mason 283 
Bogan, Addison Charles, 283 
Bogardus. William Stephen, III, 341 
Boggs, Olivian Russell, 105, 157. 163, 

205, 341 
Boisseau. Edward Hooke, 197, 363 
Bolton, Helen Suzanne, 122. 272. 274 

341 
Bolton. Lawrence E., 155, 171, 382 
Bonck, Lorelei A. 
.Boneta, Carol Ann, 172, 341 
Bond, George Thomas, III. 191, 321 
Bonham, Zilliam Scott, 193, 233 
Bonifant, Nancy Lee, 105, III, 204, 341 
Bonner, Daniel Bruce, 242, 341 
Bonner, William Thomas, 363 
Bonsai, David C, 148, 161, 283 
Booker, Joseph Lynn, 182, 321 
Booker, Judith Ann, 341 
Booker, Mel Pegram 
Boon, John Daniel 
Boone, Alice Rae. 173, 216, 217, 321 
Boone, William Ralph 283 
Borden, Suzanne, 363 
Boren. Dorothy Dee. 123. 202, 284 
Borleske. Frank Emory. 284 
Borleske, Stephen Gustav, 341 
Bortner, M. Durrett 
Bosin, Stephen Roger 
Bosta, Carolyn Jo 
Boswell, John Eastburn, 363 
Botto. Ronald Wayne, 79, 256, 321 
Bowdren, James F., III. 160, 184, 284 
Bowen, Pamela Gay, 363 
Bowen, Robert Allen 
Bowen, Sheridan Holeik, 321 
Bowles. Roland Lee 
Bowling, Arthur Lee, 363 



Bowman. John Randall. 189 363 
Bowman, Susan Ellen, 214, 320 
Boykin, Ronald Douglas, 186 341 
Boylan. James Harold, Jr., 160, 321 
loynton. Paul Moody 
Boysen. Carol Ann, 200, 204, 284 
Boysen, Frederick Otto. 184. 341 
Brackett. William Dodds. 155, 382 
Bradenham. Robert Edward. 257. 321 
Bradley, Elizabeth C. 123, 202 284 
Bradley, Louis Carter, 123, 172 321 
Bradshaw, James LeRoy, 14?, 162, 167 

284 
Bradshaw. John Overton 363 

dstreet. Anne 363 

dy, Elizabeth Marie. 116 

dy, Ronald Andrew 

gg. David Gordon, 341 

nd, Susan Donna. 116, 151. 212. 284 

nham, Jean Elizabeth. 105. 208, 341 

nyon, James Staniel, 182, 321 

y, Jerry Randolph, 363 

y, Wilton Ernest 

chbill. Linda Louise, 120 342 
eeden. James Calvin, ?7. ??, 107, 

0?, 160, 180, 200, 284 
;en. Betti Joyce. 211. 363 
■kke. Tron Wallace, 198, 199, 204, 
257, 321 

mer, Elizabeth Anne. 112, 342 

nnan, Mary Kathryn, 141, 200, 212, 

213, 284 
nnan, John Joseph, Jr., 342 
nner. Alison Leslie. 100. Ill, 125, 

214, 342 

:tana, Rosa Judith, 172. 218, 321 
stnall, Virginia Jane, 207. 363 
:wer. Marie Celeste. 285 
:wer. William Dennis 
cklemyer, Keith W. 179 342 
ley, Mary Francis H„ 285 
na, William T., Jr., 363 
nk, Linda Faye, 207. 363 
m. Blaine Byron, 363 
sebois, Anne Bindon, III, 116, \b< 
342 

ingham, Mary Anne 
ingham, Sarah E., 342 
ch Mary C. 
ddus. David Tilghman 
coletti, Peter Paul. 115. 155 
k, Carolyn Marie, 112, 321 
kman, Philip 
odie, Anne Blakistone 
odie, Glenn Thomas, 158, 192, 193, 
285 

ie, Michael Anthony 
cker, Linell P., 125, 210, 342 
iley, Elizabeth Ann, 105, 204, 342 
k, Margaret Pamela 
ke, William Joseph, 342 
ks. Ann Barringer, 342 
ks, Carlton P.. III. 188, 342 
ks. David Robert 
ks. David Heber, 189, 363 
ooks, John Hancock. Jr.. 322 
ost, Richard Alan 
oughton. Henry Paul. 186. 342 
owder. Joseph Wayne, 322 
ower, Jane Lynne. 123. 322 
own. Adin Deering, 170, 192, 193, 
225. 342 
wn. Alan Kent. 188. 364 
wn. Allan Merril. III. 183, 322 
wn. Amy Susan. 91. 214, 342 
wn, Arthur Henry. III. 194, 285 
own, Barbara Jean 

n. Celia Anne, 214, 342 
n. Dana Anthony, 364 
n, Dennis Turnes. 178, 233 
n, Diane Ruth 342 
own, Frederick Lee 
own, Howard Douglas 
own, Kristi Sue, 216. 342 
own. Mary Alan R., 158. 210, 322 
own, Mary Catherine. 120. 165, 173. 
285 
,rown Pauline Elizabeth, 342 
irown' Richard Daryl, 179, 342 
rown. Robert Braxton 
;rown Rob Edward, 68, 195, 364 
Irown Robert Wilmot, Jr., 364 
rnwn, Roberta Lee, 102. 160 
Irown. Ronald Dane. 179. 342 
l-own Susan Kathrine. 125. 219. 364 

William Keith, 342 
rown Wynyard Adair, 154. 364 
wne Joy Walker Gordon 
wne, Thomas Cleage, 184, 185, 285 
ch Susan Irene, 183, 216, 217, 322 
no Howard John 
an Elizabeth Tarris, 322 
ant Judith Rene, 154, 202, 322 
ant Harvey Lee, III, 181. 342 
ant Melville I. 
Bubsey. William Edward. 187. 364 
Bucci Michael Alfred, 158, l?2, l?3, 225, 
277. 230, 285 



390 



Buccino. Anthony John. 158, 192, 225, 

285 
Buchanan, Ann Rebecca. 285 
Buchanan. Camilla Marie, 99, 100 108 

128, 163, 200, 210, 285 
Buchanan, William G., Ill, 192, 224 

225, 342 
Buck, Sharon Elizabeth, 172 210 3-43 
Buckle, David Charles 
Buckley, Mary Kathleen, 120, 208 343 
Buckley, Linda Louise, 364 
Buckley, Susan Irvin 
Buentinq, Karen Alt, 105, 343 
Buffington, Carl E., Jr., 364 
Buffington, Patricia. 207 
Buffington, Steven A., 180 285 
Bugden, Lee Bibb L. 
Bullis, Elmer Wayne, 182, 322 
Bullock, Robert Michael, 185 
Bulwinkle, Vivian Gladys, 161. 206 322 
Bulynko, Lydia D., 364 
Bunch, Edward Allen 
Bunting, Karen, 210 
Burbage, Roger Thomas, 160, 196, 285 
Burcher. Charles Art+iur 
Burge, Katherine Gravelle, 206 343 
Burgraff, Craig Robert 364 
Burke, Arleen Helen, 343 
Burke, Ernest Lacy 
Burke, Frederick Collins. 68 364 
Burks. Geraldine Martha 
Burleigh, Patricia Carol, 202, 322 
Burnett, Laura Louise 
Burney, Christine Shirley, 75, 218, 343 
Burns, Paul Arthur, 24S 
Burns. Rodin Lee. Jr., 160, 184 185 

285 
Burrough, James Martin, 128, 249. 255 

285 
Burt, Virginia Lee 

Burton, Albert Paul. Jr.. 115, 155, 382 
Burwell, Mrs. Louise Marro 
Burwell. Nathaniel H. 
Busbee. Howard James, 382 
Bushong, Delores Anne 
Bushong, Joyce Lee, 160, 322, 364 
Busse, Laura B., 211. 364 
Butler, Fleetwood Prince 
Butler. Marion T., Jr.. 103, 364 
Butler, Nora Dalby, 125, 126 364 
Butler, Patrick H., Ill, 122, 127, 149 

154, 322 
Butler. Rosalind Lee 
Butler, William A. Jr 
Butner, Truscilla Drane. 218, 343 
Butt, Margaret Ann, 322 
Buxton, Joseph T.. Ill 
Buynitzky. Stephen James 322 
Byrd, Claudia Ann 364 
Byrne. Nicolaus Edward 

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Cafeo, Linda Louise, 364 

Cahoon, Chester J., Jr., 286 

Cahoon, Roger Howell 364 

Cain, James Edwin 

Caine, Bruce Theodore, 252, 286 

Calder, Dale Ralph 

Calhoun, Patricia Ann, 202, 322 

Calhoun, Susan Jane, 364 

Callahan, James Edward. 343 

Callahan, Louise. 214 322 



Jani: 



Calvert. Catherine Jane. 219 
Calvert, Michele Rose 
Camden, Sandra Kay, 364 
Camp, Del Richard. 364 
Cammarata. Joseph Barry 
Camp, Jeffrey Calland, 165, 199, 286 
Camp, Michael Ray, 184 
Campana, Ellen R.. 48, 204, 322 
Campbell, Henry Bruce 286 
Campbell. Joan Darnell, 173, 343 
Campbell, Lyle David, 169 
Campbell, Ronald Warren, 364 
Campbell, Susan Mary 364 
Campbell. Thomas Giles 
Campbell, Victoria Anne 
Canning, Austin James, Jr., 115, 155 
Caplan, James Arthur 184 
Carbone, Paula Virginia. 204. 322 
Cardillo. Gracemary, 364 
Carhart. Judy Ann, 125, 212, 364 
Carbone, Paula Virginia, 204, 322 
Carle, Alice Elizabeth 
Carlson. Patricia Ann 
Carlton. Alice C. 159, |74, 212 364 
Carmody, Katherine M„ 202 286 
Carmody, Mary Patricia, 202, 343 
Carney, Robert Walter 
Carper, Joseph Ray, 364 
Carpini, Sherri Lynne, 218, 323 
Carr, Edward Walter, 161, 192, 225 

323 
Carr, Kathleen Megan, 107. 128 165 

172, 208. 286 •■. 

Carson, Jean Kyle, 210, 343 
Carson, Paul, 103 
Carson, Rebecca Singleton, 125 
Carter, Juliet Mason, 168. 286 
Carter, Karen Lou, 343 
Carter, Margaret E. 
Beyer, Mary F. Carter. 283 



Cavanaugh, Thomas William, 364 
Cave, Donald Hugh. 103. 104, 154, 168 

246, 286 
Cayot, Billie Jill, 44, 323 
Cella, Nancy Louise, 212, 364 
Cervi, Gene Fredrick, 147, 286 
Chambers, James Ross, 182, 286 
Chambers. Ronald Dean, 104, 180, 236 

262, 286 
Chancellor, Ann Layman, 135, 364 
Chancellor, Ruth Donnan, 215, 364 
Chandler, Sam Bryan, 186, 343 
Chaney. Roy Medley, 191, 323 
Channing, Sheila Ann, 385 
Chapman, Marian Sue 
Chapman. Sandra Autry, 323 
Chapman, Thomas Howard, 104, 196 

287 
Chappell, Allen Harris, 167, 343 
Chappell, Melrose Debnam, 162, 287 
Charczenko Nickolai 
Chard, Douglas Norman, 364 
Chartier, Linda Harrell. 343 
Chase. Judith Caneel, 126, 205 364 
Chausse, Patricia Ann, 364 
Cheatham, Alvin Paulin, 193, 233, 364 
Cheatham, Marguerite J., 200, 202, 

203, 287 
Cherry, Elizabeth Anne 
Cherry, Roy Wendell, 161 
Chesser Roger 
Chesson, Michael Bedout, 103. 126, 

143. 159, 364 
■stermann, Evan R., Ill, 103 364 



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', Hollace Ann, 112, 168, 323 
I, Chester M., Jr., 194 323 



Childers. Edwin Robert. Jr., 178, 364 
Chipps. James Duley, III, 323 
Chisick, Steven Andrew 
Chocklett, Charles Wayne 365 
Chocklett, James Gary, 99. 103, 104. 

109, 194, 287 
Cholko, William Joseph, Jr. 
Christ, Thomas Warren, 184, 287 
Christensen. Paul Norman 
Christensen, Carl H.. 180, 262, 34J 
Christensen, Jane Tee 
Christian, Elnor Jane, 212. 343 
Christian, Sally Ann, 158, 272 287 
Christianson, James R„ 365 
Chrlstner. Michael Clyde, 184, 323 
Christofi, Irene K., 323 
Christopher, John Corbin, 178, 365 
Chronister, M. Musselman 343 
Chubb, William S., 365 
Cibelia, James Halbert, 180 
Citron, Richard Stephen 197 
Clapp, Robert Earle, III, 194, 287 
Clark, Ann Claiborne, 102 202 203 

323 
Clark, David Franklin 
Clark. Frank Harwood, III, 343 
Clark, Jacqueline E., 365 
Clark, James Bruce, 365 
Clark, Joanne, 343 
Clark, Judy Ann 
Clark, Kathryn Perry, 343 
Clark, Linda Dian, 365 
Clark Thomas Charles 382 
Clarke, Brian Meyrick N., 249 254 

255, 287 
Clarke, Peter Tefft, 188, 343 
Clarke, William Gordon, 193, 233, 365 
Claussen, Larry Michael, 114, 323 
Clawson. Constance Marie, 97, 172, 

202, 343 
Clay, Fancis Edward, Jr. 
Clay, Karen Lynne, 215, 343 
Clay, Kathryn Esther 
Clay, Robert Newlin, 95, 97, 98, 194, 

339, 343 
Clayton, Helen Marie, 365 
Clayton. Kathryn Kerwin 
Clem, Kathey Rose 
Clem, Maurice Curran, Jr. 
Cleveland, William V. Jr. 
Cline, Robert Joseph, 97, 104 196 343 
Cobb, Carolyn Claire 
Cobb, James Gurley, 143, 365 
Cochran, Stephen Grey, 127, 178, 365 
Coffey, John Getely 
Coffman. Milton, Jr., 343 
Coggin, George Thomas 
Coggins, Christine Ann, 158, 210 323 
Cohen, Esther Hirschfeid 
Cohen, Nathaniel James 
Coiner, Penelope Susan, 48, 206, 343 
Cole, Charles Peter, 174 
Cole, Anthony Frederick 
Cole, Frances Ann, 107, 110 119, 128 

129. 208. 287 
Cole. John Frank, 103 , 141, 148 156, 

161, 287 
Coleman, Carolyn Faye, 343 
Coleman, Judith Lake 
Coleman, Roderick Merrill, 190, 191 

323 
Coleman, Ronald Cary 154, 365 
Coley, Jean Elise, 210, 343 
Collins. Elizabeth Carol, 102 202, 343 
Collins, Elizabeth Ware 207 365 
Collins. James Ronald. 114 
Collins. Ross L., II 
Colombaro, Billie Elayne 172, 323 
Combs. Linda Carol. 206 287 
Combs, Nancy Covington, 99 100 

108, 117, 200, 208, 275, 287 
Como. Richard Wallace, 193, 225 233 



Conaway, William Henry. 179, 227 323 

Cone, Charlotte M. 

Cones, Harold Nelson Jr. 

Congress. Ray. 143 

Conley. Elizabeth Banche. 212, 343 

Conn, Margaret. 218. 288 

Connelly. David Elliot, 184, 343 

Connelly. Rose Frances. Ill 

Conner, Jenny Lu, 150, 344 

Conner, Judy Ruth, 323 

Conrad, Conrad A., 344 

Conrad. Robert Ward 288 

Converse, Ray, 365 

Conway, Arthur Franklin, 156 344 

Conway, David Lawrence, 148, 156, 323 

Conway, Raymond Lester 

Cook, Mary Grace, 212 344 

Cooke, David Yarbro. 195, 344 

Cooke, Janet Susan, 97, 206 323 

Cooke, Janice Lynn, 130, 150, 344 

Cooke, Fletcher Alvin 288 

Cooke, Judith Ann 

Cooke, Susan Elizabeth, 130, 323 

Cooper, Ellen Hope. 68. 205, 365 

Cooper, Marian Louise, 278, 365 

Copeland, Barbara Edith, 344 

Coppola Sherry Sue 

Corbell, Cheryl Lee, 208, 288 

Cornell, James Archie, Jr., 128 288 

Correll, Dorothy Lucille, 214, 344 

Corv.no, Margaret Elsie, 151, 159, 172, 

365 
Cory, Thomas L< 
Kern, Sharon Co 
Coss, Mary Patr 

323 

Cottinqham, Juana Day, 157, 214. 344 
Cottrell, Karen Ann, 204, 288 
Cottrill, Sarah Lu. 169, 174 
Coukouma, Richard Euclid, 130. 131, 

344 
Coupe, Bradford Whitehill, 115 155 
Cousins, John Paul, 184, 365 
Court, Lawrence Martine. 184 283 
Covell, Carol Ellen, 112 
Covlnqton, Susan E., 162, 273, 365 
Cowardin, William C, Jr., 115, 155 
Cox. Charles Donald, 192, 193, 323 
Cox, Verna Anne, 173. 288 
Cox, Virqinia Lee, 365 
Cracraft, Kathleen D., 219, 344 
Cracraft, Steven Griffith, 178, 233 
Cratt, Chrarles Stephen 225 
Craqq, Carol Dean 
Craiq, Dee Wayne, 244, 245 
Craiq, Patricia Grist 
Crane, Michael L., 195 
Crawford, Daniel John 
Crawford, Pamela, 157, 216, 217 
Crawford Susan Stitley, 210 323 
Crawley, Frank Edward 
Creecy, Robert Pierce, 161, 323 
Cremins. Mary Ann. 219. 344 
Edward III 



120. 323 
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249 



Crissey, Barbara Jean, 172, 207 
Crist, Malcolm Kenneth 323 
Critchfield, Stephen K.. 288 
Crockett, David Thomas, Jr., 179, 344 
Crofoof, Cathleen Cecelia, 48, 75. 97 

200, 214, 320, 324 
Croqhan, Susan Victoria. 344 
Cronin, David Edward. 288 
Cronk. Ronald Drew 
Crooks, Kiran Kenney, 104, 196. 324 
Cross, Thomas Raymond, Jr., 288 
Crouse, Susan Elizabeth, 105, III, 344 
Crow, Jane Elizabeth, 48, 151, 204, 344 
Crowder, Linda Kate 
Crowe, Patricia Ward, III, 273, 344 
Crowqey, Priscilla Anne, 150, 158, 218, 



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Crum, Gary Edv, 
Cullen. Patricia Ann, 272. 273. 324 
Cullen. Thomas Phillip. 288 
Culpepper. Charlotte W. 
Culverhouse, William E., 115, 382 
Cumbee, Richard Sheridan, 233 
Cummins, Brian Jay, 344 
Curcuru, Steven Nichols, 131, 157, 324 
Curlee, Francis Lynn 
Currie, Caroline Frances, 202 
Currie, Dorothy Anne, 202, 288 
Currier, Paul Alois, Jr., 288 
Curtis, Ruth Merrill 202 324 
Curtis, Timothy James, 196, 289 
Curtler, Douqlas C. 
Curwen. Diana Louise, 126, 207 
Curzi, Dewey Scott, 193. 233 
Cutler. Ann G. Mrs. 
Cusworth, Barbara Ruth, 211, 324 
Cyrus, Lynda Anne 
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Dabney, Judith Price 344 
Daffron, Sue Ellen, 163, 172, 215, 289 
Daqgett, Sallie Moore. 122, 215, 273 
Daggy, Helen Virqinia 
Dail, Halvert Thornton 
Dalley. Mary Anne, 216, 344 
Dainer, Michael J., 199, 289 
Dainer, Paul Maclyn 
Daley, John Gordon, 181 
Daley. Jonelle Sharon 
Dameron. Glenda Faye, 48, 202, 344 
Dana, Graig Unsworth, 115, 155 



Daniel, Brenda Marie 

Dankers. Naomi Jean, 209 

Dann. Douglas Barker Jr. 

Darby, Elizabelh Carroll, 206 344 

Dargan, Balnche 

Darr, Michael Glenn 

Darragh, Daniel Meyer, 97, 225. 227 

230 
Dauer. Keith Newcomb, 186. 289 
Dauqherty, George T. 
Daugherty, David Reams. 181, 242, 243 
Daugherty, Thomas W. 
Daughtry. Laura Lee. 105, 202, 345 
Davenport, Robert Kevin 183 
David, Joseph John,. 184 
Davis, Beatrice Louise 
Davis, Bradley John. 97 182 345 
Davis, David Earl, Jr., 194, 345 
Davis, George Hughes, 183. 234, 245 
Davis, Glenn Price 
Davis, Henry Adams, Jr., 154, 289 
Davis, Howard Thomas, Jr., 103, III, 

161, 173, 254, 324 
Davis, Jacqueline, 289 
Davis, James Bruce, 289. 107 
Davis, Kathleen Sue 
Davis, Leslie Ann, 219 
Davis, Margaret Savage, 206, 345 
Davis, Paul Alnwick 
Davis, Robert Dean. 193 
Davis. Robert Pratt 
Davis, Stewart Pettet, 115, 155 
Dawson, John Robert 
Dawson, Robert Lee Jr. 
Day. Donna Carol 
Day, Edwin Kenneth 
Day, Eleanor Johnson 
Day. Marilyn Gaye 
Day, Robert Warwick, 127 
Dean, John Howard, 233 
Deane. Sandra 

Debell, Richard Lee 184 345 
DeBoe, Joel A. 

DeCarlo, Rosemary Jean, 159, 172, 345 
DeCot, Mark Edwin 245 
Deekens, John Mackenzie 
DeFrees, Jane Lindsay, 209, 272, 275 
Dehn, Gale, 205 
Deinlein, James Nichol 
Deinlein, Victoria Anne 
DeLaney, Michael Leonard, 104 199 

324 
DeLong, Richard Allen, 156, 345 
Demary, Anthony John, 345 
DeMers, Marion Edytha, 170, 212 345 
DeMoranville, Donna Rose 
Montford, Susan Denby Mrs. 
Dennenberq, Dennis 
Denny. Patricia Dianne 
Dent, Charles Edward, Jr. 130 
Dent, Lynwood Miller, 156, 173, 257, 



345 



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Derringe, Edmund T„ Jr., 181 
Deshazo, George Newton 158 
Deszyck, Elizabeth T. 
Detorie, Deanne Marie. 125. 127, 172, 

345 
DeVitt, Timothy R. Jr. 
DeWitt, Paul, 197, 367 
Dewey, Hartley Fiske, 367 
Diamond, Richard Jacob 289 
Dibling, Wilburn C. Jr., 147, 192, 257 

289 
Dick. James Willard, 158. 192, 225 

227, 230, 252 289 
Dickerson. David Darden 
Dickerson, Richard R. 
Dickinson, Anne Moreland 208 289 
Dickinson, Enders. IV, 187, 367 
Dickinson, Julia Ann, 48, 97, 200, 206 

290 
Dickinson, Jan Suzette 
Dickinson, Patsy Marie, 95, 97. 200 

216, 290 
Dievendorf. Lynn Allen, 196, 252, 290 
Dillard, Philip James, 245 
Dillon, Larry Thearon, 249, 367 
Dillon, Kathleen E., 345 
Dlnan, Margaret Mary. 172 345 
Dinner, Elliott David, 166, 187 367 
Dinterman, David Roger. 324 
DiPaola, Michael Francis 367 
Distler, Elizabeth Anne, 122, 211, 345 
Divers, Robert Lee, 367 
Dixson, Herbert Lee, 194 290 
Dixon, William Carlton. 345 
Dixon. Virginia Lee, 262, 324 
Doane, William Scott 
Dobbs, Leslie Clyde. 149. 290 
Dobey. Allen Brantley 
Dobyns, Charlotte Ann, 153, 172, 367 
Dodd, Gerald Wayne, 103 160 194 

290 
Dodrill, Jane Ann, 324 
Dodson, Harry Hugh, Jr., 367 
Doerries, Lee Erwin. 104, 110, 163, 188 

290 
Dollins, Jane Clay 
Dolsey, Richard Lester 
Domagalski. Sharyn L., 208, 324 
Donato, Joanna Frances, 211, 345 
Donehower, Ernest John, 111, 184 324 
Donnelly, Terry Alan. 234 245 
Donovan, Miles Lane, 67, 290 
Dorman, Catherine White 
Dorman, Lois Ainsley, 105, 345 



391 



Dorroh John Olive. Jr., 367 
Dosier Larry Waddell, 290 
Dotson Wilma Ercella, 324 
Douglas Eleanor Carter. 277 
Douglas Hugh Benton. Jr.. 103, 163, 



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Douthat, 

Dovel. Elizabeth Bennett 

Dowdy, Rena Faye 

Dowting Michael Carrigan, 148, 345 

Downey Virginia Lynne, 97, 214, 345 

Downing Jack R., 242, 243, 367 

Downing Marv Ellen, 204, 290 

Doyle Linda Dianne, 105. 202, 345 

Drake Robert Edwin, Jr., 162, 345 

Dray, Mark Stanley, 155, 382 

Dress, Norman T., 367 

Drew John Alan. 186, 290 

Drinard. Carolyn Elsie, 158, 200. 214, 

290 
Driscoll John Patrick, 367 
Driscoll. Irving Sears. Jr., 324 
Driscoll, Robert Courtney, 122. 324 
Driscoll, Lawrence T., 367 
Drummond, Sharon Lee, 204. 290 
Dryden. James Spencer, Jr., 188, 290 
Dryer Lynn Ruth, 174. 367 
Dubay Charles Irving. 290 
DuBose Warner, III 
Duck, Lloyd Earl, 114, 291 
Dudley, Margaret Frances, 345 
Dudley, Terrence Lynn, 367 



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Duel, Deborah Lee, 125, 202, 345 

Duke Margaret Louise 

Duke Rooert Ernest. Jr., 182, 345 

Dulin, Jacquelyn Scott. 218. 345 

Duncan Dorothy Ann. 216 

Dunham, Katharine Ann 

Dunn, William Lee, 183, 367 

Durey, Orin Jordan, III, 367 

Durham. Robert, 155 

Durham, Robert Millard 

Dye Joseph Merl, III. 110, 128, 12 

149. 324 
Dyer Jane Leslie. 345 
Dyson, Nancy, 202, 324 



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Stanley Abbot, 149, 154, 156, 

161, 291 
Eaton, Annabelle, 112 
Eaton, Demaris Winston, 219, 251, 367 
Eberhardt, Michael C, 187, 367 
Edel, Dorothy Bruce, 208. 272, 275, 277, 

291 
Eden, Karen Irmgard L., 159, 202, 345 
Edgren. Philip Arthur, 367 
Edleston, William R. 
Edmunds, Wayne Little, 345 
Edwards, Karl Lambert 
Edwards. Samuel Thomas 
Efird, Karen Lynn, 291 
Egelhoff, Caroline Talbot 
Eggleston Margaret L. 
Ehmann, Cynthia Page, 129, 291 
Elder, Janet Dee, 206, 345 
Eldridge, Albert F., Jr., 291 
Eley, Courtney Magill 
Eliasek, Ronald Edward, 199, 200, 291 
Ellenson, David Harry, 193, 367 
Elliott, Charles S., Jr., 161, 187, 367 
Elliott, Delores Jean, 272, 273, 275, 

277, 291 
Elliott. Edwin Powers, Jr., 169, 174, 367 
Ellis, Edward Kay 
Ellis, Patti Topping, 345 
Ellis, Robert Beniamin, 252, 253, 324 
Ellis, Robert Stephen. 192. 291 
Elmore, Ralph A., Ill 
Embrey. Susan Clarke, 200, 204, 291 
Emerick James Tracy. 197, 367 
Emerson, June Elizabeth, 167, 197 
Engle. Jacqueline Anne. 173, 219, 367 
English, John Fredrick 
Entler, Judy Beth, 110, 124, 291 
Erdman, Richard Centrel, 324 
Ernst, Marjoie Ellen, 204, 345 
Ernstmeyer, Jan Lois, 367 



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Fauber, Suzanne Dillon, 215, 367 
Faulstich, Mary Ruth, 214, 292 
Faust. Judith 105. 218. 346 
Fauntleroy. Edwina Mariea, 346 
Fay, Thomas Patrick, 183, 346 
Fee Russell J., III. 189 
Feeley, James Bernard 
Feeley, Robert Martin 



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166, 234. 367 



ola Thomas Frank, 180, 225. 230, 292 
Ferebee. Diane Gayle, 204, 324 
Ferguson, John Elvin, 367 
Ferriss. Donald Ralph R.. 110, 124, 148, 

165, 171, 292 
Fessler, Robert William, 113, 292 
Figg, Carol Lee, 214, 346 
Finberg, Jack Sheldon. 324 
Finley, William Kirkland. 367 
Fischer, Sharon Ann, 162 
Fishe Erica Walton 
Fitzgerald, Kathie Scott, 324 
Fitzgerald, Mary Clare. 208, 273, 346 
Fitzpatrick, Patricia M., 346 
Fitzpatrick, Thomas E.. Jr. 
Flanagan, John Robert, 103 
Flemer, Carl Fletcher, III, 197 
Fleming, Paula Denise, 346 
Fletcher, Francis E., Jr. 
Fletcher, Mildred Buckner, 161, 324 
Flinn, Susan Michele, 172, 346 
Flora, Sheeran Stovalt 
Florence, Gordon L, Jr., 148, 156 

Henry Michael, 181, 233, 367 



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Flynn, Joan Lesley, 97, 130, 172, 202, 

367 
Foelsche. Trutz, Jr. 
Fogleman, Dorothy E. Snook, 292 
Fombell. Linda Kay, 167, 216, 217, 324 
Fonda, Emma Jeannine, 367 
Fontaine, Joel Alexander, 103, 180, 292 
Fooks, Curtis Edward 
Ford, Denise Elora, 97, 98, 152. 206. 

320, 324 
Ford. Thomas Michael, 104, 146, 160, 

194, 292 
Fordham, Wayne Caverlee, 157 
Fore, Danny Garfield, 197, 367 
Forrer, John S. 
Forrer, Martha Jeanne, 367 
Forrest, Carroll Mark, 368 
Fort, Louis Allan, 160, 196, 197, 292 
Foster, Elizabeth M., 1,67, 324 
Foster, Jeffrey Rand, 197, 225 
Foster, Patricia Lynn. 212, 272, 275 
Foster Robert Mallory 
Fowler Victoria Miriah 
Fox, Charles H., Jr. 
Fox, Earl William, Jr., 122, 182, 282 
Fox, Ernest Erwin, 368 
France. David Eugene, 160, 189, 346 
Francis, Wm. Samuel, Jr. 
Franklin, Cecil Jerry, 115, 155 
Franklin, Philip Leigh, 194, 346 
Franklin, Ruth Ellen, 292 
Frankovitch, Carl N., 181, 233 
Franks, Douglas Wayne, 368 
Eraser, Betty Florence, 121, 346 
Frazer. Elizabeth P.. 368 
Frazier. Patricia Anne. 209, 273, 368 
Frece, John Walter. 194, 368 
Freeman, Donald Neal. 188. 346 
Freeman, Linda Lee, 122, 150, 205, 274, 

368 
Freeman, Maria Cecelia, 206, 346 
Freeman, Kester St. Clair, 182, 822 
Freer, Charles S., Jr. 
French, George Douglas, 114 
Freuler, Frank Owen, Jr., 242 
Fridenstlne, Marie Elaine, 152, 218, 292 
Fridge, Charles Richard, 160, 194, 346 
Friedland, Dorene Gay, 368 
Friedman, Kathleen Gould, 205, 368 
Friedmann, Margaret Rose 
Fromm, Robert Thomas, 68, 100, 197, 

324 
Froscher, Torrey Curtis. 120, 368 
Frost, Kathie Jean, 208, 324 
Frye, Fredricka Lee, 346 
Fuchs, Cheryl Olivia, 157 
Fulkerson, Margaret G. 
Fuller, Martin, J., 178 
Fullerton, Richard Brooks, 368 
Fuqua, Johhn Massie, Jr. 
Furey, Katherine K. 
Furr. Murray Basil, Jr. 



Gabel. Jon Robert. 160. 293 
Gaber Jeffrey Burton, 199, 324 
Gadkowski, Robert Stephen, 192, 225, 

229, 346 
Gaebe, Dana Hunt. 160, 182, 200, 257, 



293 
Gaebe, Gregor Mc 



127 

110, 124, 159 



Gaidies, John Berna 

Gallier Donald Wayne 

Galloway Lura Goddin, 97, 205, 368 

Galvin Suzanne Rosemarie, 102, 159, 

172, 324 
Gambardella, Anthony J„ Jr., 188, 346 
Gammon Rose Miller, 207, 346 



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193 234 324 
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169. 368 
Carroll, 66, 346 
rner, Jerry Lawrence, 188. 189. 283 
rnett. Henry D.. Jr., 199, 324 
rrett, Helen Marie, 346 
rrett, Jerry Sue, 163 
rrett, John Henry. III. 191, 324 
rrett, Stacey F., Ill, 144, 161, 256. 



293 



ch, 187 
ity, 346 



Garrison Mildre, 

Garvin Mary Elizabeth 

Gary Jean Sharon. 162. 277, 324 

Gaskins Steve Pettie, III, 169, 183, 

245 249, 368 
Gasteiger Wendy Louise, 105, 212, 346 
Gates. Laurence Emory, 79, 162. 167, 

324 
Gatewood, Robet Tyler, Jr., 346 
Gatten Robert Edward, Jr., 109, 110, 

119, 120, 121, 123, 149, 162, 293 
Gay Donald. III. 178 
Gayle. Richard Carlton, 368 
Geary, Martha Lavinder, 275. 346 
Gelotte. Karen Ann 202, 324 
Geoghegan, William A., Jr. 194. 346 
Bill John 



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S-..i 



346 



John Wheeler, 182, 293 
Getty, Gael Ann. 143 
Ghilarducci Ellen W. 
Ghilarducci, George F. 
Giampapa, Nancye Carol. 368 
Giangrande. Diane. 97, 216, 325 
Gibbons. William Joseph 
Gibbs. Patricia Ann, 170 
Gibson, Anne Barbour 
Gibson Daniel G., Ill 
Gibson, Gale Holly, 162 209 368 
Giddings. Roger E. 
Gikas, Katy Virginia 
Gilbert, Dorothy Leigh, 113, 158, 208, 

293 
Gill, Bernard Allen, Jr. 
Gill. Patricia Elaine. 272. 346 
Gill. Sandra Lee, 368 
Gill. Virginia Crow. 293 
Gillespie.William Bruce. 184, 368 
Gilley, Gloria Gail, 346 
Gilliam, Eleanor Ann, 346 
Giorgio, Marilyn Jane. 105, III, 172, 

208, 346 
Girard, Thomas Pleasant, 368 
Girton, Sarah Christian. 346 
Glvens. Louise Knight, 368 
Glakas, Nicholas John 198, 199 293 

jaret, 159, 172, 346 



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Andrew Paul, 187, 368 
Glass, Judith Ann 
Gleason, Gary Mahoney, 115, 155 
Glendinning, David Niles, 197 
Glenn, James Richard. III. 346 
Glenn, Jean Paxton, 202. 368 
Glesenkamp, Randall Carr. 158, 192, 

225, 230, 325 
Glover, Robert Steven, 346 
Goalder, James Stuart, 188, 346 
Gobble, John McFarland, 179, 294 
Goddard, Jack Elmer 
Godshalk. James David, 346 
Godshall, Harry Edwin, 173, 294 
Godwin, Joseph Henry, III, 368 
Goldberg, Aubrey, 115, 155, 383 
Gole. Lidwlna Joan 



Golub, 


Robei 


t Allen 




Good, 


Elaine 


Gerlach 


Mrs. 


Good, 


Marge 


ret Anne, 


129. 202. 325 


Good, 


Roxani 


le Aylewe 


ird. 212, 346 


Goode 


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ge Walden 


Goodn 


lan, Di 


ane Teres 


e. 125, 218, 347 


Goodn 


lan, Re 


ilph B., J 




Goodr 


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hn Hinsdale 


Goodr 


ich, Pa 


mela Sue. 


218, 347 


Good*. 


'in. Ma 


rtha Ellis 


105, 347 


Holt, 1 


: rances 


Goodwir 




Goolsb 


ly, Cha 


rles Edwi 


n, 294 


Goolsby, Rebecca Iren 


e, 105. 218, 347 


Goolst 


ly. Virc 


linia Suza 


nne, 150, 158, 


218, 


325 






Gordo 


n, Rone 


ild Roane 




Gordo 


n, Hayden Herb 


ert. 117 


Gordo 


n, Judy 


Alice, 48. 53. 91. 153. 


205, 


368 






Gordo 


n, Wm 


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Gordo 


n, Susa 


n Lincoln 




Gordy, 


Bruce 


Clark 




Gorma 


n, Don 


na Whitn 


=y. Ill, 172, 218, 


347 








Gosnel 


1, Mar 


lha Ann 


208, 347 


Gottw, 


sis, Da 


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Gotwa 


Id. Na 


icy Lee, 


107, 200 206 294 


Gove, 


Anne 1 


vlargaret, 


139, 204, 325 


Gow,!n 


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opher Ra 


y, 192, 225, 326 


Gracia 


n, Glo 


ria Alicia 


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Grade 


in, Pat, 


icia Mari 


a, 209, 368 


Graeb 


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Elizabeth 



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Ed v. 



rd, Jr., 347 



Johnston. Mar 
Graham, Robert Allison 162 368 
Graham, Samuel M., 252, 3J6 
Granstein, Mark Howard, 156, 166, 326 
ilyn Louise, 216, 326 





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ohn Mic 


hael. 190 


raves, Lee 


mard L., 


Jr., 126. 347 


ray.l 


Cenne 


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ray, 


Linde 


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107. 116, 163, 211, 


?Iy. 


Robe 


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5. 326 




. Car 


Die Anne 


:. 97, 172, 218 




Don 


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■reen 


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glasC. 




Teen 


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ford, 130, 154, 174, 


368 








Teen 


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ise, 48, 105, 218 


277, 


347 








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ni llene 


211. 347 


• reen 


await 


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nne. 326 


ireen 


wood 


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M., 146, 147, 186, 


245, 


294 








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Jr. 294 


■ reqg, Ha 


■ry Frederick 


■ reid 


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194 200 294 


■ri'fi 


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Griffil 



E.. 326 



Griffin. William Early, Jr.. 197. 294 
Griffith, Douglas Paul. 183. 245, 368 
Griffiths, Cheryl Lynn, 212. 272, 347 
Grill, Frederick Powell, 154, 160, 161, 

184 200, 294 
Grim, Lauralee Marie. 105. 125, 347 
Grimm, Emmett Carl, 368 
Groner, Frederica Pace, 154, 326 
Gronning. Jamie Hilker, 161, 245. 295 
Grose William Lyman 
Grove. Roberta Lynn, 209, 272, 273, 

368 
Guin, Grace Hawkins, 151. 204, 295 
Gunn, James Steirling, 295 
Gunn, Lucy Davis 
Gurney, Richard D„ 130. 368 
Guthrie, Nancy Elizabeth, 202, 347 

H 
Haan, Katherine Groome, 214 347 
Haas. Linda Lee, 347 
Haase, Linda Lee, 274. 368 
Hackney. Susan Jane, 107, 116, 127, 

159, 295 
Haddon, Andrea Lynn, 202, 347 
Hagan, Richard Conway, 157 
Hagen, Katherine Anne, 157, 158, 214, 



295 



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Haghighi, 

Haggard. Kenneth Vernon 

Haglan. Dennis James, 158. 178, 179, 

725. 226. 295 
Hagy. Robert Russell, III 
Haley, John Harris, 188, 326 
Haley, Robert M„ 104, 194, 326 
Hall, Christine Lynn 207. 368 
Hall. Donald Carlyle. 97. 123, 149 
Hall. Eunice, Virginia, 169, 347 
Hall, Margaret, 202. 203, 295 
Hall Roger Wi'co 156 326 
Hall Susan Ballenger 347 
Hall, Wendy Stuart, 150, 368 
Hallman, Brian Shepard. 184, 368 
Hal'man, Paul Woodrow, Jr.. 184, 200, 

295 
Hallowell Norman Howard 295 
Ham Earle Barrett, Jr. 
Hamack. Keith Hartmond, 195. 368 
Hamersen, Carol Elizabeth, 209, 368 
Hamilton, Ann, 172, 215, 368 
Hamilton. William Wade, 193, 368 



167 



Hamshar, Lynda Carol, 169, 347 
Hancewlcz, Ralph B„ 116, 295 
Hancock, William Alex. 182, 347 
Hangen. Shirley A. 
Hank. Thomas Edward 
Hanley, George Francis, 326 
Hanpeter, Frederick O. 
Hansbrough, Jon Jeffrey, 184, 326 
Hansen, Gregg Allan, 104, 182, 295, 



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347 


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,rgaret Rose 


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irbara Jane 


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ardi 


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Paul Eric 




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27, 218, 326 


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154, 208, 348 


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205, 368 




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larri. 


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197, 295 


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Howard Stanley 


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56, 295 


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97, 98, 109, 


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194, 296 





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John Leroy. 296 

Robert Joseph, Jr. 

Sandra Ella, 368 

Samuel T. Ill 

Stephen David. 103. 115. 383 

Strelsa Jean 

Vivian Carroll, 157, 273 

Wm. Charles. 97, 98, 141, 182 



296 



William Benton 
Harrison. John T.. Jr. 
Harrison. Wayde Lockwin. 182, 348 
Hart, Michael Scott, 178 
Hartleben, Patricia D.. 136. 137. 204. 

326 
Hartless, Rov Harland 
Hartsock William H.. Jr.. 199, 369 
Harvell. Susan Holmes, III, 214, 348 
Harvey, Daniel Gaver, 184, 348 
Harvey. Laurette Eileen, 206, 296 
Harwood. Gertrude Clash. 125, 369 
Hassmer. Karen M., 151 
Hastings Paul Gary 
Hatch Alexia Harriet, 326 
Hatchl. Quentin Russell, 104. 155. 160, 

296 
Hauck. Nancy Carol, 211 369 
Hauss. John Edward, 182, 326 
Hawkins, David L, 242. 369 
Hawkins, Kathleen Denise, 208, 348 
Hawkins, Sue Carter, 157, 218, 348 
Hawthorne, Randall Stone, 245 
Hay. Linda Jane, 158, 326 
Hayhurst Richard Allen. 148. 181. 369 
Haymes, William E., Jr., 160. 194, 326 
Haynes. Gilbert Augustus 
Haynes. Jean Curtis. 200 
Haynes. Richard Benjamin, 326 
Haythe Winston McDonald. 115, 155 
Head James Michael. 178, 225 
Healey, Joseph Francis 
Heath Patricia C, 152, 214, 296 
Hecker, Pamela. 104. 211. 348 
Heenan. David Edward, 184, 326 
Hein Judith Elaine, 117, 135, 137, 151, 

204, 296 
Heins, Chris, 251 
Heins. William Roger, 114, 148. 173, 

296 
Heitmanek, Carol Ann, 206. 326 
Helfrich, Dorothy Diane, 369 
Helfrich, Linda W.. 158, 218, 272, 273, 

296 
Helms, Judith Paige 
Hendel, Robert Alan 
Henderson David L., II, 146. 147. 180. 

200. 257, 296 
Henderson Edmund M., Jr.. 369 
Henderson, Linda Ann. 326 
Henderson, Robert Alan, 247 
Hendricks, Wrn. Napoleon 
Hendricks. William T.. 113, 167. 191, 

296. 369 
Henninger Robert Leroy, 133. 1*34, 369 
Henretta, David. 326 
Henry, Barbara Martin, 215, 369 
Herbert, Barbara M., 219, 327 
Hermann, Ida Frances 
Herndon Jesse M„ III, 127, 251, 369 
Barwick Delha Herrick, 162 282 
Herring Frances Lee. 369 
Herring. James Edward, 225, 226 
Herrmann Corita Anne, 105, III 
Hershey, Scott Conger, 263, 296 
Hess. Allen Rogers. 233 
Hesse, John David 
Heuer. Christina Mae 
Hewes, Dean Edward. 143, 369 
Heyniger, William S- 
Hiatt, James Howard. 369 
Hickey. Jill Beth. 97, 127, 348 
Hickson, Letitia, 206, 296 
Hiegel, Patricia Louise, 274, 369 
Higdon, Don Felder 
Hildebrand Paul H. Jr. 184, 369 
Hildebrand, William Rowell, 170 

Hilder, Stuart Cfoswell, II. 249, 348 

Hill Gerald Franklin 

Hill Joyce Elizabeth, 117, 137, 214, 348 

Hill Lois Elizabeth, 348 

Hill, Marilyn Lois, 369 

Hill. Mildred Kathryn, 212, 327 

Hill Natalie Payne 

Hill. Thomas Alton, 348 

Hilliard, Jill Brenda. 348 

Hillman, David Lewis 

Himmel. Kenneth Alfred. 104 183, 348 

Hiner. Laura Ann, 207, 369 

Hines. Christine Laurie. 208, 348 

Hinson. Linda Jean 

Hinson. Helen Suzanne, 207. 369 

Hitchens, Mamie Ruth, 327 

Hitt, Anne Morton, 211, 369 

Hitt, Carolyn Lear, 108, 126, 158, 159, 
162, 174. 296 

Hoag, Peter Marshall 

Hoagland, John D., 245 296 

Hobart, Nancy Lynne. 105, 348 

r+ochheimer, John T., 183, 327 

Hochholzer, Franklin D., 155 

Hockman, James B., 148, 154, 156 327 

Hocutt, Mary Anne, 219, 327 

Hodge, Baroline Elizabeth, 211, 348 

Hodge. Elmer C, Jr.. 163 297 

Hodge, Sally Katherine 214 348 

Hodges, Robert A.. 162, 327 



327 
Hoel, Cheryl Renee, 172 
Hoell, James Monroe, Jr. 
Hofhauer Margaret Anne. 327 
Hoff, David Christiansen 
Hoffman, Richard John. 162, 171. 369 
Hoffmann. William Edward, 180, 236, 

327 
Hofler, Richard D. 
Hogan Sharon Anne. 219 327 
Hogge. Paul Waverly, 160, 197, 297 
Hohl, Frank 

Holbrook Martha Moffitt, 212, 297 
Holcombe. William Oliver 
Holden, Leslie Hawkins, 297 
Holland Martha Davis 
Holland Michael Paul, 97. 126. 192. 

234, 245, 327 
Hollandsworth John Alan, 157 
Holley Barbara Ann, 348 
Holliday. Barry Wade 
HoHingsworth, Kathy R.. 178. 369 
Hollis Susan Louise, 105, 112, 162, 212. 



348 



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Hollister Marjo 
Hollowell, Thomas P., 383 
Holm. Thomas Alvin, 369 
Holmes Karol Vesta. 211, 327 
Holmes Robert Allen, 233, 369 
Holmes Robert Walter. 193 
Holroyd John Clinton, 348 
Holmquist, Richard C, Jr., 154, 159, 

161, 327 
Holt, Max David 

Holton, Stephen Downing, 197, 348 
Holtoner, Mary Jane, 348 
Holtzman Bobbie Jane. 204, 297 
Holtzmuller, Paul Elliot, IB6, 297 
Honeman Donald Michael. 369 
Hooker, Ray Willard, Jr., 103, 189, 

245, 370 
Hooker Patricia Marie, 209, 274, 370 
Hookstra, Carl R., Jr. 
Hooper, Stevanne Joan. 105 
Hopkins Deborah Cook. 370 
HoDkins Edwin Patrick. 188, 234, 245, 

348 
Hopkins Joseph Anthony. 189, 234. 245, 

370 
Hopkinson. John, III, 180, 297 
Hopkinson, Sue Ann, 202, 327 
Hoppe, John Cameron 
Hornbuckle, Phyllis Ann, 116 
Horneii. Karen 297 
Hornstein Linda. 348 
Hoskins Charles Robert 
Hosklns, Donna Lynn. 370 
Hottell, Nancy Lee. 370 
Houck Thomas Benjamin, 80, 234, 245 
Hough, Joy Ann, 348 
Housel, Charles William, 225 
Houston John Philip 
Houston Thomas Russell. 128 
Howard Carroll H.. III. 246, 247, 348 
Howard, Dennis Milbum 
Howard, Emily Jane, 137 
Howard, Graver Charles, 348 
Howard, James Ewing, 199, 327 
Howard John Timothy, 170, 370 
Howard. Joseph Lewis. 155. 383 

Howe' George Nelson, Jr., 197. 297 
Howe George Wilson. Jr.. 188. 348 
Howe! Margaret Leigh, 370 
Howell Donald Herbert. 183, 297 
Howell Robe-t Lyndon, 370 
Hower Nelson L., Ill, 107, 117, 297 
Howlett, James Thompson 
Hsieh, Pin Pin 
Hubbard. Benjamin Arthur 
Hubbard. Diana Louise, 328 
Hubbell, Patricia B., 116, 216, 298 
Huber Miriam Sue, 202, 370 
Hubert Davina Marion 
Hudacek, Patricia Anne 
Huddleston, Lee Verne, Jr., 328 
Hudgins Louise Jessica. 204, 328 
Hudson, Constance Wren, 102, 107, 



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Hudson, Helen Marie, 162, 328 
Hudson Ronald Larry, 189, 370 
Hueston, Jack Scott, 370 
Huffman. Lisa Lee, 370 
Huggett. Robert James 
Hughes, Joseph Walter, Jr. 
Hughes Martha Ruth 206, 348 
Hugo, John Adam. II, 328 
Huley, Peter Hart. 370 
Hull, Diana Faye, 219, 370 
Hull, Linda Drake 
Hulse, Nancy Louise 370 
Humphlett, Rebecca E., 219, 348 
Humphreys Wm. Charles 160 181 
Hunsucker. Carl Wayne, 178, 328 
Hunt, Christina Carol, 112, 128, 2( 

298 
Hunt, James Larry 
Hunt, Janice Ann, 123, 348 
Hunt Marilynn Keefer 
Hunt Robert Reed, Jr., 197, 370 
Hunt William Henry 



H,„nte 



Barba 



Hunter, Will 



Jeanne, 130. 370 
W.. Jr. 



Hum, Mary Ellen. Ill, 123, 209. 272, 

348 
Hussey, William R. M., 348 
Hutcheson. Martha E.. 370 
Hutcheson, Robert B., 370 
Hutchings. Laurie Jane, 105, 150, 206. 

348 
Hutton. Dorothy May. 298 
Hutt. John Clifford, Jr. 
Hutzel, Joy Elizabeth, IC2, 110, 127, 

154, 174, 298 
Huxsaw, Charles Frederick, 113 143 

154. 161, 348 
Huzek, William Scott, 160, 199. 349 
Hyatt, Deborah Louise 
Hyler Martha Keller 
Hyman, Ann Elaine, 348 
I 
se, Barry Eugene, 233 
igram, Kathryn Loretta. 298 
iman. Michael Allen 184 349 
by, Kenneth Cole, 154, I7B, 349 
win, Robert Wade, 188, 349 
■win, Sandra Lynne, 370 
laacs, William Joseph, 298 
J 
Jackson, Charles Edward, 178, 233 
Jackson, John Alexander, 149, 328 
Jackson, Steven Leon, 370 
Jackson, Steven William, 234, 245, 298 
Gaidies. Mrs. Frances J. 
Jacobs, Andrew Charles 188, 298 
Jacobs, Cecelia Marie, 349 
Jacobs. Yetta Lee, 166. 370 
Jacobsen, John Arthur, 298 
Jacobson, Douglas Earl. 160. 349 
Jaeger, Nancy Jean 
Jaggard, Stephen H., 178, 233, 370 
Jagger. Robert Louis, 183. 328 
Jamerson, Pamela Jo, 370 
James. Gus John, II, 115, 155 
James, Sally Leonard, 120. 211 
Jamnick, Cynthia Lee 
Jancaitis. James Richard, IC4, 122, 183, 

245. 349 
Jansen William Francis 
Jarrett. Norma Lynn, 139,214. 349 
Jarvis, Thomas Destry, 162, 370 
Jebo, Jerry Kenneth, 328 
Jeffries, Ann Farmer, 214. 298 
Jeffries, Joseph Wesley, 162, 298 
Jeffries, William L.. Jr., 115, 155, 383 
Jenkins, Betty P. G., 298 
Jenkins. Betty Hall, 298 
Jenkins, Daniel George, 125. 197. 349 
Jenkins, Franklin Julian 349 
Jenkins. Katherine Bruce, 157, 349 
Jenkins, Larry Richard. 184, 349 
Jenkins, Mary Lou, 202, 349 
Jenkins Robert Calvin. 192, 299 
Jenkins, Roy Clifton, Jr., 191. 299 
Jenkins, Ruth Ann 249 
Jenkins. Susan Kathryn. 370 
Jenks, Robin Tamara, 110. 124. 127. 
219, 299 • 

Jennings! James Courtney, 103 

Jensen, George Harry 

Jensen. Margaret Ann, 219, 299 

Jerke John Merle 

Jester, Harvey Edward, 299 

Jewell, Thomas Gibson, 349 

Jobe, Nathaniel A., Jr. 

Johnson, Barbara Anne, 126, 370 

Johnson, Beverly Jean. 123. 219, 370 

Johnson, Catherine B., 84, 272. 277. 

328 
Johnson. Cheryl, 141. 173, 299 
Johnson, Gary Brent, 191, 328 
Johnson. Judith Ellen, 172, 349 
Johnson, James Alan, 234, 235. 245 
Johnson, Joseph Rodney, 115 
Johnson. John Michael, 236, 349 
Johnson, Jerry Thomas, 148. 171. 299 
Johnson, Joyce Lynn, 105. 162, 349 
Johnson, Joyce Mae, 202, 349 
Johnson, Linda Ann, 112, 299 
Johnson, Lois Winn, 202, 370 
Johnson. Marilyn Kay, 125, 159, 202. 
251, 349 

Johnson, Michael Joseph 

Johnson, Richard Aubrey 

Johnson, Robert A., 130, 328 

Johnson, Robert Arthur. 194, 349 

Johnson, Robert C. 

Johnson, Robert George, 349 

Johnson Ruth Anne 209, 273. 370 

Johnson. Wayne King, Jr. 

Johnston, Calvin Rudolph 

Johnston. Robert Olln, 186. 187, 349 

Johnstone. Loretta P., 107, 204, 299 

Joldersma, June 

Jolliffe, Richard Berle 181 

Jones, Bruce Alan, 174, 234, 370 

Jones, Carol Eileen, 100, 110, 121, 173, 
328 

Jones. Evelyn Diane, 370 

Jones, George Herman, 299 

Jones, Janice Ellen, 97, 219, 349 

Jones, Josephine Annette, 110. 112.212 
213, 299 

Johnson. Judith Jones. Mrs. 

Jones. Rebecca Laura. 216. 328 

Jones. Robert Wilson. 156 

Jones, Walter Baskerville 



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Jordan Kathryn Lee, 212, 370 
Jordan, Laylon, Wayne 
Jordan Margaret Myers, 371 
Jordan, Meyda Elise, 105, 122, 204, 350 
Jordan, Leslie Temple. 183, 234, 245, 

370 
Jordan, Thoraas Ferrell, 148, 156, 299 
Jordan, Williim Thomas, 350 
Jo/. Charles Austin, 154, 299 
Joyce. Dreama Leigh, 48 
Joyce, Robert Lee 
Joyner, Chandler H. 
Judd, Joseph Hugh 
Judy. Helen Louii 



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Jullien, James Page, 187 

K 

Kahl, Dean Elizabeth, 104, 112, 212, 

350 
Kahlbaum, William M., Jr. 
Kahn, Howard Donald 165, 188, 350 
Kahn, Robert Palmer, 104, 110, 188, 

200, 300 
Kale, Wallace Wilford, 161, 328 
Kalen, Linda Sue. 205. 371 
Kalinsky, Carole Joyce 
Kallenbach, W. William 
Kane, James Michael, 181, 350 
Kane, Kathryn Louise, 162, 212, 300 
Kane, John Francis, 300 
Kantzer, Richard Forbes, 169, 234, 

245, 371 
Kaplan, Robert Richard, 371 
Kapral. Stephen Mocker, 115. 155 
Kaufer, Kathleen T. 
Kaufman Rochelle V., 166, 371 
Keagy, Charles Dellig. Ill 
Keahey. Elizabeth, 158, 209, 328 
Keating, Anne Elizabeth, 157, 350 
Keator, Philip John, 371 
Keeling, Katherine Harris. 350 
Keen, William Harvard, 178, 179, 300 
Keister, Lillian Martin. 162, 168, 350 
Keiter, John Waverly, 195, 371 
Kellam, Edwin Clay, Jr.. 193, 371 
Kellam. Rebecca Randolph. 219, 300 
Kellett, Gordon Neil, II, 156, 350 
Kelley. Jeffrey Lutton, 300 
Kelly. Gordon Thomas 
Kelly, Jack Ed. 371 
Kelly, Robert Francis, 181, 243, 371 
Kemp, Jean L., 102, 163, 204, 328 
Kenley, Margaret Ellen, 371 
Kennedy, David Caldwell, 350 
Kennedy. Robert John. Ill, 144, 146, 

256, 300 
Kent, Charles Eric, 155, 383 
Kent, Gordon Martin, 115, 155 
Kent, Yelberton Cleveland 
Keown, William Robert, 115, 191, 383 
Kerby. John Hardy, II, 183 
Kern, David Laurent. 146. 186, 300 
Kern Sharon Cosmisky, 206, 300 
Kerns Virginia Rogers, 211, 350 
Kerr Catherine Yancey, 209, 277, 350 
Kerr, James Bruce. 254. 350 
Kershner, David Dale 
Kersey, Kathy Ann, 130, 371 
Kerwin, James Arthur 
Kestenbaum Thelda Mae, 162. 171. 371 
Ketcham, Sharon B., 151, 300 
Keuper, Kenneth Erwin. Jr., 371 
Keyes Royal Michael, 160, 194, 328 
Kieffer, Margaret Dale, 350 
Kieffer Robert Edward, 371 
Kilgore, Charles E.. 328 
Kiley Robert William, 160, 197, 300 
Kilmartin, Tanith, 371 
Kimes Russell A. 155. 168, 383 
Kincaid, Kathleen Hill. 49, 139, 214, 

350 
Kines Cheryl Lucille, 350 
King, Ann Power, 328 
King Gary Gillette, 179, 328 
King' John Charles, 194, 257, 350 
King John Granville, Jr., 371 
King, Kamla Jean, 350 
King, Linda Louise, 211, 350 
King Marsha Ann, 206, 350 
King, Normand Elwood, Jr., 300 
King Peter Eisenhower, 156. 254, 255, 

351 
King. Robert Carroll. Jr., 300 
King, Robert Edward, 328 
King, William H. 
Kingery, Lynn Stuart, III, 125, 157. 

174. 351 
King-Harmon. Michael C. 160, 178, 

248, 249, 328 
Kinnaird. Lucy Scott, 69, 97, 105, 157, 

206, 351 
Kinsinger Judith Ann, 162, 300 
Kintsfather. David P., Jr., 62, 130, 371 
Kipps, Patricia'Ann, 300 
Kirk David Robert 
Kirkley Joan Marie, 126, 371 
Klrkpatrick John H., Ill, 117, 134, 137, 

301 
Kirssin, Jeffrey Lee, 191, 351 
Kirssin. Jo Ellen 

Kishbauch, Kathryn Jane, 219, 317 
Klare, Anne Doubet, 215, 301 
Kline William Ellsworth 
Kline John M. Ill 
Kline, Phyllis Ann. 371 



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Knaupp. Robert Woodrow 193 371 
Knee, Mary Elizabeth 
Knight, Carol Ann. 212, 371 
Knight, Clarence Edward 
Knight, Richard Ermes. 97, 127, 143 

371 
Knoop, Charlotte V., 110. 124, 215 301 
Knopf, Susan Reid, 209, 275. 351 
Knott. Judy Lane. 125, 372 
Knowles, Jack Win, Jr.. 191, 301 
Knowlton, Warren Decafur, 192 351 
Koch. Larry Wayne. 183. 351 
Koch. Robert Magoon, Jr. 197 372 
Koehler, Carolyn Jean, 174, 372 
Koehler, Louise Price. 301 
Koerner. Janice Diana, 211, 328 
Talley, Mary Koger 
Kohlhagen. Steven Werner 199 372 
Ko|cs ; ch. John Joseph 
Kokolski. George Maxim Jr. 351 
Koons. Joseph Robert, 225 
Kopia, Leonard Paul 
Korte, Don Walker. Jr.. 194 372 
Korty, Frederick William 174 372 
Kraeuter, John Norman 
Kraftson, Raymond H.. 115 
Kraus. Charles Lee. 252. 351 
Krauss. Harry Edward. III. 113, 168 

254 328 
Kro'ft, Randall Alan 
Kron, Marilyn May, 211, 372 
Krone. Judith Lee 
Kruse. Barbara Ann Moses 
Krym, Sally Janet. 328 
Kucewicz, William J. Jr. 
Kuhn. Margaret Nell. 167, 212. 351 
Kurtin. Jonathan Seth 
Kushins. Lawrence Gerald. 245 
Kushner, Samuel Albert. Jr.. 188 328 
Kyle. John Page. 193. 262. 328 

L 
Labell. Oldric Joseph, Jr. 155 
Lacy, Linda Elizabeth. 215. 372 
Laderberg. Wendy Ann. 209, 372 
Laine, Crawley Allen. Ill 
Laing. Nancy Holloway 
Laird, Nancy Kay, 351 
Lambert, Patricia H. 
Lambiotte. Jules J. Jr. 
Lamm, Brian David. 372 
Lampe. John Francis. 245 
Lancasshire. Stephen 245 
Landvoigt. Steve. 154 
Lane. Barbara Anne. 110, 125 
Lane, Betty Rhene, 162 169 301 
Lane, Denis Kennedy, Jr., 97. 103, 127. 

372 
Lanford. Randolph E, 169 301 
Langdon. Daniel Curtis, 104, III 114 

329 
Langhorst. Gail Ann. 209 372 
Langhorst. Scott Alan. 188 351 
Lanoureux. Suzanne W. 
Lankford. Paul Gandy, 167. 372 
Lantz. Helen Joyce, 162, 169, 351 
Larimer, Ronda Dean 
Larmore. David Wilson. 148, 156 351 
Larson. Karin Lou, 120. 154, 171 202 

372 
Larsor 
Larsor 

351 
Lashley, Sallye Ann, 209 301 
Lasswell. Patrick Gregory 
Latham, Elizabeth Jane, 329 
Latimer, George C. 
Lafsios, Terre Christine, 126, 151, 152 

204. 351 
Lattu. Peter Hodgkins 
Latum. James. 154 
Lauer, Alfred Roy, Jr. 
Laughlin, Mary Irene. 209 329 
Law. James Vincent, Jr. 
Lawford. Susan Cooper. 351 
Lawhorne, Carolyn F. 
Lawier. Adrian Russell 329 
Lawler. James Neale 
Lawier. Thomas Harold, 194, 351 
Lawser. Robert James, 301 



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329 



on. Glenn Alfred. 194. 328 
Lawson, Mary Ellen 301 
Lawson, Richard Cooper, 372 
Leake, Anne Elizabeth, 351 
Lease. Roger Arnold 
LeBenson. Bernard Stephen. 329 
LeBold. Alfred William. 162 301 
Lee, Charles McClenny 
Lee, Linda Mason, 329 
Lee, Michael Vincent, 148, 156 329 
Lee, Ronald Edwin 372 
Lee. Russell Francis. 173, 329 
Leech, Martha Virginia 130 351 
Leeper. Michael Alden 117 
Legg. Susan Kay. 105, 211, 351 
LeGrande, Irene Mayo 
Lehman, Kathryn Ann 154 
LeHigh. John- Milton 372 
Lehner. William Thomas 
Lelqg G oria Tate 
Leldy Joan Garner, 351 
Leichtman, Hugh Moore, 182 183 301 
Leichum, Axel Dieter 
Leigg, Bernard Franklin 302 
Leigh, Miriam Virgln'a 351 
Leimer, Paul Frederick 



Leland, William Warren. 160. 302 
Lemmer, Janet Sue, 372 
Lenight. Edward, 155 
Lent, Robert Norman, 115. 155. 383 
Leonard, Joyce Dawn 
Leonard. Melanie Rebecca. 383 
Leonard. Rufus Harris Jr.. 115. 155 
Lesniak Michael Paul 
Lester, Mary Michelle, 215, 302 
Lester, Richard Irwin, Jr.. 110. 131 
Letchworth Diane M, 219, 351 
Letham, Glenn Wayne, 351 

enberg, Stephen B, 189, 329 



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James W, 199, 329 
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Lewis. Wanda Elizabeth, 153, 219, 383 
Ley, Kenneth Francis. Jr.. 149, 162, 302 
Lieb, Bernard Joseph. 117 
Ligart, Roland Francis 
Liles, Jesse Staurt, Jr. 
Lilliston, Leonard Thomas, 183, 245, 

302 
Lillywhite, Donald P.. 179, 351 
Lin, David Chyikwei 
Lindars. John Laurence. 183. 329 
Lindsay, Clifford Fry 
Lipani. Paul Joseph, 197, 302 
Lippard, Paula V, 200, 209, 302 
Lippert. John Charles, 130, 329 
Lipsey, Christopher M, 383 
Liskey. Laura Ann, 351 
Littletield, Patricia G.. 97, 150, 215, 

274, 277, 351 
Littlejohn, Albert C, Jr., 383 
Livelli, Lynn Marie. 302 
Livingstone. Neil C, III 
Llanso. Thomas Harlan 
Lock. Wil'iam Joseph, 149, 154, 351 
Lockridge, Judith Ann, 162. 212. 302 
Loder, John Byron 
Loetterle, Lynn Ellen. 171, 212, 351 
Loeffler, John Vincent 
Lofrese. James John, 158, 192, 224, 

225. 252, 302 
Loftfield Thomas Coriell 
Loizzi. Michele. Ill, 151, 251, 351 
Lombard!, Michael Joseph, 110, 130 
Lonurgan, Garland Boxley, 351 
Long, Bruce Barber 
Long, Edward R„ Jr. 
Long, Nancy O'Neil, 383 
Long. William Ivey, Jr.. 120, 383 
Longacre. Robert F, Jr. 
Longerbeam, Dianne R. 
Lons, Woodrow Wilson, Jr., 130, 161, 

329 
Lookabill, Royce G. 
Lorenz, Benjamin D. 
Lorenzo, Ralph Louis. Jr. 
Loring, Murray 
Losh, Richard Caton, Jr., 383 
Lott, William Allen. 187, 200, 302 
Loud, Ann, III, 112, 173 
Louer, Albert Osborn. 110. 131 
Loughran, Valerie Jean. 329 
Louise, Arthur Robert, 179, 249, 351 
Love, David Winn. 383 
Lovelace, Nancy Lynn, 383 
Lovelace. Ronald Lee. 160, 329 



351 



De 

Madison. 113. 143, 263. 



Lowe. William Curtis. 154. 383 

Lowenthal. Ivan Stephen, 189. 302 

Lowery. John David. 186. 187. 330 

Lowry, David Earl, 100 196 

Lowry. James Kenneth 

Lowry, Joan Keliey. 216, 217, 277, 302 

Lowry, John Charles, 383 

Lubeley, Michael David, 195, 383 

Lubin, Billye Jo 

Lucas. Diane Elizabeth. 211, 383 

Lucas. Jana Lyn, 69, 125 

Lucas. John Robert, 351 

Luckey, Diane, 383 

Ludwig, Robert Carl. 193 

Luebke, William Clayton. 79, 157, 351 

Luke, Edward Alexander 

Lukkarila, Sandra Lee, 163. 352 

Lukkarila, Suzanne Carol, 163, 352 

Lund, Jeffrey Thor, 178, 233 

Lunsford, Richard Early 

Lusardi, Jean Carolyn, 105, 209, 272, 

273. 276, 277, 330 
Luzader, Alice Cecilia, 168, 352 
Luzins, Juris, 234, 245, 383 
Lynn, Kathleen Riley, 125, 158, 215, 352 
Lynn Letty G., 161, 212, 303 
Lynch, Diane Christine, 169. 352 
Lynch, James Brian 
Lynch, Harold Francis, 181. 330 
Lynch, Maurice Patrick 
Lynham, John Arthur, III, 103, 154, 330 
Lynn, Letty Gregg 
Lynn, Bambi Branham 
Lynn, Stuart Richard 303 
Lynn, Mary Willis 

Lyon, Ann Thomas, 77, 113, 203. 330 
Lyon, David Allen IV, 383 
Lyon, Susan Tra'ton, 211, 330 
Lyons, Anne 



Lyons. William Patrick, 191. 303 

M 
MacClarence. Janet Louise 
MacDonald. Alan Douglas 
MacDonald. Douglas M. 
MacDonald, Margaret Aborn 
Macintosh, Colifl 
Mack. James Hebert 303 
Mackey. Sara Lee. 383 
Mackiernan Gail B. 
MacLean. William G, III, 197 352 
MacNamee Richard William 
Madden Michael Paul. 179. 225 227 

228. 352 
Madison, Alan Wayne 383 
Maeder, Susanne Ruth, 383 
Maglio, Harold John 
Mahan. Elizabeth Ann, 303 
Mahru, Edda Joan, 203. 352 
Maier, Stephen Herbert. 233 
Mainelli, Albert John, Jr., 115 155 

383 
Majette, David Leslie. 352 
Majka, Theophile Joseph. 373 
Major, Carol Susan, 219, 303 
Makowiecki, Donald Stanl 
Mallinson, Judith Gale, 212, 213, 303 
Mallory, Susan Anne. 162. 172. 207, 

275. 373 
Mann, Margaret Frances, 216, 217. 330 
Manor, Melvin Gale, Jr., 251 
Mans'ield. Jason French, 184 
Mansfield, John Robert. 233. 303 
Manrov, Alexsandria 
Manson, Susan Marshall 
Mapp, Mary Lucie, 202, 373 
Mapp, Nancy Louise, 373 
Marchant, Larry Joseph. 104. 183. 200 

330 
Marchese. William Vito. 373 
Marcy. Steven Kent, 104. 109. 194, 330 
Margulies, Burke William 115 155 
Marinelli Robert 
Mark, John Flowers 
Markland, John Jay. 245 303 
Marks. Alvin B, Jr„ 155 
Markwith, Merle Grace, 105. III. 123 

209, 352 
Marlin, Karen Alane, 172 352 
Marr, Wayne Putnam 352 
Marrs. Michael Payne 
Marsella. Jane Ann, 352 
Marsh, Linda Ruth, 373 
Marshall, Beverley W, 373 
Marshall, Cheryl Dianne 209 330 
Marshall. Charles Thomas 373 
Marshall. Janet Elaine. 212, 373 
Marshall, Michael Allen 
Marshall, Peter Jay 
Marshall. Robert Douglas 103 
Marshall Shirley Sue 
Marstiller, Philip S. 
Marston, Harold W, Jr., 191, 330 
Martin, Ann Withers, 352 
Martin, Arthur R. Jr. 
Martin David H. 
Martin, Edward Allen 
Martin, Patricia Alice 352 
Martin Ronald Matthew 192 303 
Marvin, Everett D, III. 189. 373 
Mason. Claire Louise, 211, 373 
Mason, Pamela Gale, 219, 330, 352 
Mason, Robert Archer 
Massey. Arthur John, 163 
Massey, Linda Kay 
Massey, Marilyn Joan, 158. 169, 171 
Massey, Rodger Milton 
Massey. Thomas Jerome, 174. 373 
Masters. Joseph Jerome. 179, 225, 352 
Masters, Mary Elizabeth, 373 
Mastin, Jane Bryan, 373 
Mastowski, Frank, 225 
Mathews, Donna Lynn, 330 
Mathis Gerald Edward 
Mathis Vendel Julius 
Matish, Leanne Isabel 
Matish, John Clea, 193 
Mattox, Anne Miles 
Mauck, Ellen Douglas, 209, 373 
Maurer, Keith William, 183, 246 247, 

352 
Maxfield. Russell Andrew 
May, David Selden. 373 
May, Elizabeth Ann, 162, 352 
Mays, Mary Lou, 162, 212, 213, 303 
May, James Terrell, III, 373 
Mayer, Linda Deborah, 215, 330 
Mayfield Pamela Jean 
Mayo, Bonnie Lee, 113, 211, 303 
Mayo, Ruth Burbank. 154, 157. 158. 352 
Mayrand, Evelyn Cecile. 117 
McAdoo. Nancy Jane. 214, 215,303 
McAfee, Cheryl Archer 
McBride Betty Purchas 
McCall. Wilfred J, 163 192. 303 
McCandlish, Charles S., Jr., 199 330 
McCann. David Oliver 
McCarroll, Robert Stacy, 373 
McCarthy James John 
McCarthy. John Rhodes. 146. 147. 187. 

304 
McCauley. Jo Lynn, 97, 105, 167. 352 
McClammy, Barbara Jean. 352 
McCluney. Richard L, Jr. 



McClurkin Mettah Lee 
McCollum. Richard Herbert 
McColpin. Becki Jo. 150. 209. 274, 352 
McCormick. Jeff Charles. 233. 373 
McCormick. Michael P. 
McCotter. Joseph R, Jr.. 330 
McCoy Barbara Ellen 
McCoy. Catherine Frances 172, 352 
McDonald Charles Joseph 
McDonald, John Alexander. 160, 304 
McDougal. David Stockton 
McEachfan. John Douglas 
McEntlre. M'chael 304 
McEntire Thomas Mikell 
McEntyre, Thomas Gore 373 
McFadden, Michael Greer 
McFarlane, Anne Patricia 3C4 
McGarity. Noyce, 103 
McGaughy, Tim Whittus 352 
McGee, Michael Patrick, 373 
McGehee, Judith Ann, 172, 273, 352 
McGhee, Bonnie Sharon. 158, 209, 330 
McGoodwin. Kate Bryan 
McGraime, Douglas Morton 
McGuire. James Donald. 158, 193, 224 

225, 330 
McGurk, Donald Joseph, Jr. 
McGuire Martha Harrison 215 
Mclndoe. Linda Mae, 86; 215, 373 
Mclnfeer. James Frank, III 
Mcintosh, William A.. 104, 146 189 

304 
Mclntyre James Samuel, 304 
Mclvor, Robert Theodore. 330 
McKain, Rodger Williams, 194, 234. 

245, 352 
McKann, Joan Love, 158. 208. 209, 304 
McKay. Neva Jane. 48. 150 204 330 
McKlnnon Bill Hull. 178. 233 
McKittrick. Richard Alan, 104 126 

183. 263 352 
McLaughlin. Robert E, Jr., 233. 373 
McLeod. Nora Lynn. 209. 273, 373 
McNalry, Nancy Cox. 150. 206, 330 
McNeill Sandra Wells 
McNiel, Susan Rebecca, 331 
McNulty, James Ergler, Jr. 160 304 
McPherson, John Charles 374 
McPherson. Timothy C. 183, 374 
McTammany, Heather 304 
McWhirt. Ellen D. 
Medinger. John Lindner. 189. 331 
Medlin, John Davis, 257 
Mehring. Walter Henry. Ill, 352 
Mel'i. Samuel Harvey 
Melton. Ronald Allen. 304 
Melvin, James C'awford 
Mengebier. Clelia M. 
Menges, Miriam Post, 331 
Menke. Wayne D., 374 
Mentzer, Robert M„ Jr. 197, 331 
Merritf, Margaret Anne, 211. 374 
Metz. Candy Lee. 216 352 
Meyer. Carol Lee. 202. 374 
Meyerson. Robert Benard, 130, 194, 352 
Miccio, Edward Louis, 163, 304 
Michael. Dlanna Lynn, 169, 352 
Michael. Jean Ellen, III, 120, 212, 352 
Mick, Roberta. 202 374 
Mihalas. Mike. 225, 252, 304 
Miles, Larue Carter, 374 
Mllham, Jef'rey Alan. 352 
Miller. Ann Sheldon. 374 
Miller. Arthur S., III. 195, 374 
Miller, Carol Lynn. 374 

ol Evelyn. 77. 141. 200 203, 



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Miller, Gary Benson 

Miller George Hollis 331 

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Miller, Martha Anne. 139. 163. 211, 304 
Miller, Mary Louise. 105 
Miller Mary Suzanne, 216, 352 
Miller Michele Marie, 304 
Miller, Richard William, 187, 374 
Miller, Ronald Thomas 
Miller, Robert Frederick, 138. 185 
Miller, Sharon Lynn, 272, 352 
Miller. Sue Fletcher, 97, 174. 212 
Miller. Suzanne Lee, III. 157, 172. 174. 

212. 352 
Miller. Suzanne Mancill. 161, 212. 374 
Miller, Thomas Irvin, 123. 154, 374 
Miller, William Frederick, 353 
Millican, Glenn Thomas. Jr., 184. 185, 

353 
Millikan, Kent Bradford 
Milling. Bert William, Jr., 225 
Milliren, Patricia Ann, 105. III. 159, 

162. 353 
Milner, Rebecca Jane. 305 
Mills, Elizabeth Irene 
Milona, Margaret C. 273 
Mims, Diane Shirley, 157, 202, 353 
Minkie Wayne, 245 
Minton, Julia Gaye, 167, 353 
Mirmelstein, Edward B., 166, 331 
Mitchell, Jacqueline Sue. 157. 374 
Mitchell, Judlh A., 136 
Mitchell. Rebecca Anne, 211, 353 
Mitchell, William R., 236 
Moberg, Alice Diana, 105. Ill, 158, 

171, 216, 353 



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Moffitt. Susan E., 374 

Mollen, Edward Leigh 

Molnar Mary Northcott, 353 

Mollohan, Alan Bowlby, 174, 187, 305 

Manahan, Michael Joseph 

Moncol, Susan Ann 

Moncure. Elizabeth R. 

Monk, Richard Francis, 374 

Monroe. Jo Ann 

Montfort, Susan Linn, Mrs., 353 

Montgomery, Paul Macrea 

Montgomery, William H. 

Moody, Jo Ann 

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Moore, Robert E., Jr.. 194. 195, 305 
Moore Susan Jeannette, 130, 202. 374 
Moore, William Carlton, 169. 305 
Moran, Margaret Townley 
Morden Mary Louise, 130, 277, 374 
Morgan, Gail Anne, 48, 53, 2C6, 305 



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Morgan, Osb 
Morgan. Thor 



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187. 374 
e ?ll, 374 

loriarty. Emily Jean. 211, 331 

loriarty, John Roy, 305 

lorris. Alethia Ann. 174. 215. 374 

lorris, Anne Kennerly 

lorris, Doris Marie 

lorris. Judythe Anne 84, 122. 200, 

212, 331 

lorris. Lorna Lee, 159 

lorris. Mary Cassandra 

lorris. Robert Franklin, 251. 374 

lorris, Stanley Lee. 115. 155. 383 

lorris, William G.. Jr., 154 

lorrisey, Susan, 105, 159, 215, 353 

lorrison Sandra Gay, 122, 127, 212, 

213, 353 

lorrison. William S., Jr., 163. 193. 305 
lorrissey.Jane Norma. 125, 275, 374 
lorsch, Nora Ann, 206, 353 

Phyllis Jeanne. 154, 161, 163 



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Morton, Frank MacDonald 

Morton, Terry Alan, 68, 178, 233, 375 

Moss, James Albert 

Mowen, John Calvin, III, 189, 375 

Moyer. Betty Jo, 204, 205 

Newlon, Bonnie Muddiman 

Mueller, John Malcolm, III, 148, 156 

Mueller, Richard Dale, 103, 148, 249, 

353 
Mueller Richard W. 103 305 
Muench, Jean Alice, 375 
Mulcahy, Veronica Joy 105 III, 174 
Mulloy, Susan Mary, 375 
Mulvihill, Joseph Robert, 233 
Munnell Kathryn 305 
Munroe. William Roberts 383 
Walton, Mary Lou Murphy 
Murphy, Mary Lynn, 215, 331 
Murphy Thomas Edward 
Murray, Allan Dale, 103 194 375 
Murray, Dwight W. 375 
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Nachman, Henry Dudley, 189, 375 
Nance George Lawrence 184, 375 
Nance Gerald Newman, 184, 233, 375 
Nance, Peter Maurice, 187. 306 
Nase. Daniel R., III. 181, 225, 306 
Nathan Richard Eynon, 174, 306 
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Neblett Ronald William, 242 

Necsary, Judith Ann, 375 

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Neilson, Joseph Thomas, 193, 200, 224, 

225, 306 
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Nelms. Ann Scott. 3/5 

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Newton, Michael Anthony 
Ney, Michael Stuart, 185, 200, 306 
Nicholls Eugene William 
Nichols, Judith Ann 
N lc holson Charlene 
Nicholson, Charles W. 116 171, 3i 
Nicholson, John Young, III 

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Nottingham. Jennie 

Noyes, Howard Baldwin 

Nuckols Michael Aubrey, 130. 375 

Nuckols. Sandra Kaye 

Nuernberger Mary Ann. 157. 215, 331 

Nuessle Peter Raymond. 154. 156, 331 

Nugent. Thomas Patrick, 375 

Nunnally Robert Wayne, 331 

Nylander, Karen Elizabeth, 150, 206. 

353 
Nylander Richard Conrad. 128, 307 

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Oates Nancy Christine, 105, 353 

Obenchain, Jeanne Alice, 213, 353 

O'Brien Michael James 

O'Bryan David Wayne, 115, 155, 383 

O'Bryan Vincent Neal 

O Connor, Dianne Lee. 307 

O'Connor, Richard Allan, 156, 353 

Odland Judith Claire, 150, 375 

O'Donnell, Geraldme Marie 

Odum, Sandra Paige, 205. 307 

Oetjen, Karen Anne, 206. 354 

OFIaherty Ian Michael, III 

Ogiba. Barbara Jean 

O'Grady, Judith Kathleen. 209, 354 

O'Keefe, Eugene Thomas, 262 

Oldtield George S., Jr., 189, 354 

Oldham George Dawson, 307 

Oldham Carl H. 

Oliver Bruce Anthony. 354 

C'liver Charles William, 182, 183. 331 

Olivcro, John Joseph, Jr. 

Olley. John Gregory, 183, 307 

Ollice Lewis Richard, 161, 187, 236, 

331 
Olsen, Richard John. 103, 160. 172, 234, 

245, 354 
Olshansky, Norman. 103. 104. 166, 189, 

354 
Olson. David Bruce. 187, 307 
O'Neil, Richard Alan, 233, 375 
O'Neill, Everett Michael, 194, 331 
Onoerdonk, James Charles, 375 
Oppert. John Carlton, 354 
Orrick. Betty Dandridge 
Orrick. Nicholas Cromwell, 250, 251, 



331 

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, 103, 196, 


197, 


331 






Pandc 


Ifo, Robert Thon 






Panne 


ton. Roland Leo, 


236, 


238, 241 


Park, 


Stephen Kent 






Parker 


■ David Michael 


, 187, 


375 


Parker 


■, David Stuart, , 


Jr., 160. 3( 


Parker 


■ Neal Howard 






Pa-kin 


son Kathleen Ai 


in, 141, 1 


Parks. 


Walta Gail, 331 






Parrott. Barbara Gail. 


102, 


332 


Parsor 
Parvin 


is. John Milton 
. Sharon Louise 






Pastor 


■e, Julie Ann. I5£ 


1, 332 




Pastoi 


e, Mary Margan 


st, 375 


Pate, 


Virginia Kennon. 


205, 


354 



139 158, 219 308 
atterson Patricia L., 70 71, 95, 97, 99, 

102 108, 114, 219, 308 
atterson, Shannon Kay, 354 



Niles 



Thon 



p.--. 



til, Jr., 187, 257. 331 



Paulsc 


>n Mary 


Louise 


, 332 




Paulu: 


;, Geordii 


:■ Lou 






Pavey 


Thomas 


Gilbe 


rt, 189, 308 




Peabody. Robe 


rt Edwin 




Peace 


ck, Danie 


1 Brai 


sted, 169 




Pea re 


e, Carney 


C, III, 100, 194, 


262, 


308 










Pea re 


a, Georg, 


!, Ill, 


158, 193, 225 


. 226, 


227, 


257, 308 









354 



Pear 



Suzanne Petlit, 48, ICO, 215, 



A r- 



V 



:abeth, 173, 209, 354 
Pearson, George Mortimer, 354 
Peca, Beatrice Ann, 105. 120, 123. 137, 

172, 215, 354 
Peck, Barbara Sue, 48. 102, 209, 332 
Peele. Ellwood Louis 
Peery, Carolyn, 150, 215, 354 
Pence, Clifford H., Jr.. 110. III. 130 
Pendleton, Juliana. 354 
Penn. Robert Hubard 
Pennington, John Reynolds, 354 
Pepe, Raymond Alan, 332 
Pepper, Susan Lennox, 354 
Perelman, Charles David, 166, 375 
Perillo, Peter Allen 
Perkey. Mary Evelyn, 172, 354 
Perkins, Collen Kappes 
Perkins. Sharon Teel. 216 217. 308 
Pernice. Janet Lynn. 354 
Perrin, John Paul, 115, 155 

115, 384 



P.-.. : 



John Richard 



Katherine Yvonne, 169, 354 
Peterson, Holly Ann, 159, 375 
Petralia, Ronald Joseph, 194. 225, 332 
Petrillo. Rosalie Gail, 105, 209, 354 
Petro, Joseph Baran, 375 



375 



Phen 


nee 


ler, 


Milton C, , 


Jr. 


Philbroc 


>k, Donald Lee 




Phill 


■[■s 


He 


nry H., Ill, 


■:/'. 


PI ill 


ips. 


Ca 


rson Renee, 


375 


P>- 


'PS, 


Cyr 


us E., IV 




Pl 


ips, 


Ellen Ailsworth 


2 1 ( 217 ' -1 


Phill 


ips, 


Kar 


en Jane, 217, 332 


P. 


i| 5, 


Ker 


ineth Alvin 




P> 


ps, 


Lin 


da Lea. 375 




Pi 


ips 


P ■ 


laid Wagne 


r, 354 


Pi 


'PS, 


P ■ 


laid Williar 


n, 194, 375 


PI 


ips, 


Sar 


mye Trent 




pf 


ips, 


Ste 


phen Thome 


is, 308 


Phill 


1 5 


Ter 


rill Gene 




P- 


i s. 


Wi 


Iliam R.. Ill 




Philpott 


Jo 


seph Hayes 


Jr., 234, 245 


Philpott 


, Ju 


dy Rothwell 


, 277 


Piczi 


ik, 


Kari 


Jean. 354 




Pierc 


:e, 


P, r.. 


3Cca Gayle 


130, 211. 375 


Pierc 




P : 


art Wayne, 


161 


Pilar 


id'. 


Jetl 


ro Haslett, 


Jr., 97, 149, 


162. 308 






Pinne 
Pisku 


r,' 1 


Nels 

Vroi 


on Morrow, 
Franciska, 


161, 308 
151, 205, 308 


Pitt, 


JO! 


,eph 


Charles, 189, 308 


Pittard, 


Alic 


:e Yvonne, 


05, 167, 169, 



Katherine Adelaide, 205, 375 
Mildred Virginia, 120, 170, 376 
r, Nancy Lupton, 219. 376 



Plume 


ri, Jost 


:ph Ja 


mes, 187. 308 


Plybor 


i, Roberta LI 


ttleton, 219, 332 


Poarel 


i. Judy 


Boyd 


, 215, 376 


Pollard. Joss 


:ph La 


wrence, 376 


Pollard, Mel 


issa Di 


sa, 125, 202. 376 


Poller. 


d, Rob 


ert Da 


vid, 376 


Polloc 


k, Eliz, 


ibeth 


Anne, 168 


Polloc 


k, Frar 


ices Ei 


veil, 211, 376 


Pome. 


oy. Be 


niamin 


B., 181. 236, 237, 


238, 


332 






Pond, 


Ashto. 


l Wric 


ht, 332 


Pond. 


Gertri 


ide Eh 


zabeth 


Pond. 


Judith 


Ann, 


211, 354 


Pond. 


Susan 


Lee, 1 


70, 211, 332 


Poole 


Mich, 


lei Eai 


■le 


Popkii 


l, Mar 




Beth, 97, 98, 208, 


209. 


308 






Pope. 


Charli 


:s W., 


Jr. 


Porter 


, Betsy 


Ann, 


376 


Porter 


, Bren; 


3a Lol 


ise, 332 


Porte. 


, Susar 


i Bartl 


ett, 203. 354 


Porte. 


field, . 


James, 


169 


P. ■■,•..■ 


l. Line) 


a Eliz< 


ibeth, 169, 354 


P ,;•■.., 


, Richard Bo 


wen, 181, 233, 376 


Potts, 


Marg* 


iret H 


olmes 


POW 


1, Edni 


i Sewe 


II, 127, 309 


Powel 


1, Tere 


sa All. 


rn 


Powel 


1, Wilbur Kir 


idred, Jr., 354 


P:,,.- 


', Jose, 


3h Ou 


inby. Jr., 257 


Powei 


s, Thoi 


nas J. 


, Jr., 104, III, 167, 


354 








Pratht 


ir, Lesl 


ie Anr 


i, 205 


Pratt, 


Daniel 


Mod. 


;n 


Pratt. 


Henry 


Jonat 


han, 182, 183, 332 


Pratt, 


Marg; 


iret Di 


lie, 84, 213, 332 


Prenti 


ce. Jot 


in Har 


mon, 245, 354 



M , 



376 
Marston. 211, 376 



estridge, Alfred B.. 160, 190, 191 
etty, Mary Beth, 219, 354 
ice, Cynthia Custer, 205. 354 
ice, Jeanne Glenith, 202, 376 
ice, Marilyn Elizabeth 
Ruth, 376 



157. 354 



Michael Reid 

Sand 

Willi 

William Henkel, 354 
tt, Raymond Mason. : 
e. Nancy Jean, 104, I 



Gayle Ra 



III, 157, 219 

376 

107, 108, 116. 



Province. Rita May, 105, 163, 213, 355 

Pugh. Ellen Ann, 216 

Pugh, Gerald Foster, 355 

Pugh, Peter John, Jr., 309 

Putin, Henry Michael 166 

Puller, Lewis Burwell, Jr., 196 

Pul'ey, Judith Ann, 376 

Pulliam, Kay Mahan, 130 376 

Purcell, Robert Allan, 183, 332 

Pursifull, Sharon Anne, 105. 211, 355 

Purtill, Anne, 97, 213, 309 

Purtill, James William, 242 243 376 

9 

Quaintance, John Weston, 154, 197. 
376 



Quails 


, Larry 


Bento. 


i, HI, 


128 


132 


Queen 


. Grec 


ivllle 1 


!.. Jr.. 


83 


1 ' 


Quille 


n. Shar 


Dn Ma 


rgery, 


176 




Qu rk, 


Cathei 


■me E. 


48, 158, 219, i 






R 








Rachy. 


Marc!, 


3 Faith 


, 384 






Ragsd 


ale, Sta 


nley Overby, 


194, 


355 


Rains, 


Linda 


rene, 


163 






Ralsto 


n. Donj 


Id L„ 


97, 194 


, 309 




Rama, 


James 


Mieha 


el, 236 


237 


241, 


257, 


355 











Ramsey, Ann Eccleston, 60, 376 
Ramsey Elizabeth C, 97, 209, 272, 376 
Ramsey, Frances Roberta, 97, 98, 102, 

209, 320. 332 
Ramsey, Martha Lee, 309 
Randa, Richard Dean, 193, 252, 253 

355 
Rand, Anne Lewis 
Randall Mary Margaret, 105, 121, 157, 

159, 215, 355 
Rankin. A'ice Sue, 309 
Rankin Mariorie Anne, 126, 208, 209, 

215 272, 275, 277, 309 
Raper, Derris Lea, 149. 154, 162, 167, 

309 
Rapp Jere Louis 134, 160, 332 



. Diane 


'.' 


ie. 217. 355 


■ 1, Dian 


ne Le 


e. 102, 172, 274 


■1, Edg; 


ir H., 


III, 113. 143 



id. 163 



:■'. ' 



Rawls Robe t Ashby, 
Read. Frances Elizabeth, 219, 355 
Read, Victoria Anne. 217. 355 
Reader, Thomas Jefferson. 309 
Reagon Sheila Lucinda, 355 
Reavely Thomas Stevens. 197, 355 
Rebentisch Rosalind, 355 
Redd Eleanor Rhea, 154, 309 
Redmon Ronald Elwood, 309 
Reed Elizabeth Clarke. 215, 310 



ed. En 
ed. My 



aid, Jr 



Stratto 



Michael Charle 



p, ..,- 


. Sary 


Alan, 149, 154. 310 


P. , ;,, 


, Mich 


ael Owen 178. 179 


R, e 


, Sand 


ra Frances. 216, 217, 332 


P . . - 


And. 


ew Ricxards. 355 


Regis- 


■er William Ryder, 156 


'.. ne 


-ke R, 


3lph James. 160. 310 


Relye, 


3, Gle 


nn C. 


Renalds, Ca 


therine AHene 


Rsnfro. Mar 


y Alice, 355 


Renfrr 


>e, Eli: 


'abeth C, 310 


Renni 


iger, 1 


Harold 1., Jr. 


Reoke 


Ronr 


,ee Rae. 377 


P-..; 


Riche 


rd Allen, 155 


Reuss. 


w, Sa 


ndra Diane 


Rever 


ley. H 


ughes Kennedy, 384 


Rex, . 


ludith 


Nan. 158. 171, 355 


Reync 


Ids, R 


nth Ann, 377 


'■-.- . 


Ids, Si 


isan Levine, 155, 170 


P ' •: J 


Heler 


Wallis, 272. 377 


Rhods 


inhizer 


, Nancy Carol, 210, 211, 


3 






Rhod< 


is, Ad 


3 Victoria, 377 


R> d. 


!S, Dia 


ne 1. Beets, Mrs. 


Rice. 


Rebec 


ca Hess, 217, 355 


P - , 


rds, Jc 


ihn Anthony, 332 


P :nj 


'dson, 


Carol Lynne, 203, 355 


R.cha 


rdson. 


Laurie Faxon. 97, 215, 277, 


355 






• ■ ■ 


■ Json 


Jay Anthony 


P ■ ■ 


r dson, 


John L., Jr., 199 


R.cna 


rdson 


Wililam W. Ill 


Riche 


s, Rid 


lard Gayle. 189, 355 


R .. 


■ts. Do 


n Leon 


R dd . 


:k, Ur: 


,ula V., 116, 117, 310 


F :• ■: 


ut, Ca 


rol Boley 


P it : 


ut, Ch 


arles H., Jr.. 18, 115 


P lou 


t, Rob 


ert Reaser, 189. 356 


P ■:-. •• 


la, Eli: 


rabeth Blair, 116, 173, 332 


F . 


Davie 


Scott, 377 


P ■ . 


D ane 


Elaine, 121, 206, 356 


F ■ . 


Jenni 


: er Lou, 332 


Riley, 


Mark 


Christopher 


Rinaldo, Ro 


nald Gilbert 


Rind 


El .r 


jel 


Rlngl. 


:y, Kai 


en L., 203, 310 


Riord 


an, M< 


irgaret R., 377 


F : ._• 


t, Elizi 


ibeth Ann. 356 


Ripy, 


Bruce 


Johnson, 195, 377 


Ritchi 


e, Edv 


.ard Joseph, Jr., 377 


p .-i 


e Pau 


1 James, 136, 356 


Ritter 


, Alfre 


d Francis 160, 197, 356 


p - 

?■ :■■- 


, Thon 
is, San 


las Eustis. 165, 377 

luel Edward. Jr., 126. 193, 



395 



Robbins, Christopher John 
Roberson, James M., Jr. 
Roberts, Anne Carol. 105, 205, 356 
Roberts, Austin L, III 195, 377 
Roberts, Barrie Lynn, 356 
Roberts, Donald Luther, 148 156 
Roberts, Donald Ray, 120. 199, 377 
Roberts, Ellen Barrett, 213, 310 
Roberts, Laurel Virginia, 274. 277, 356 
Roberts, Mary Lynn 
Roberts, Morris H. Jr. 
Roberts. Pamela Jean, 153, 207, 377 
Robertson, Bonnie L. T., 319. 332 
Robertson, Brenda M. 208 209 310 
Robertson, Donald Budd, 225 
Robertson, James Edmond, 178, 233, 

332 
Pobertson, Morgan McNeel, 377 
Robertson, Norman Allen, 156 
Robertson, Susan Kay, 211, 332 
Robinette, Kim Vicky 
Robinette, Turner Lee, Jr. 
Robinson, Bonnie Helen, 120, 123, 127, 

160, 213 332 
Robinson, John Morgan, 159, 332 
Robison. Bruce Hammon 
Rodden. Sandra Louise 
Rodeffer, Mark H., Jr. 
Rodgers. Kay, 209, 275. 277, 311 
Rogers, Judith G., 311 
Rogon, Leo 

Rogowski, Elizabeth D„ 377 
Rohr, David Malcolm 377 
Roller, Carol Elizabeth, 356 
Romans. Susan Eileen, 315, 311 
Rose, Virginia N.. 200. 217, 311 
Roskos, Joseph William, 115 
Ross, Cecilia Elaine, 105, 219, 356 
Ross, Earl David, 169, 311 
Rosser, Lawrence B„ 145, 185, 311 
Rossing. Boyd Edward, 189, 377 
Roth, Frederick Paul, 189, 356 
Roth, John T., 356 

Rothenberg, Stanley G„ 163, 166. 311 
Roton, Cecelia Ann, 158, 217, 333 
Rottman, Warren Leonard 
Rountree, Helen Clark, 311 
Rountree, Walter J., Ill, 160, 311 
Rountree, William F.. Jr., 187, 311 
Row, Stephen Edward, 127, 130, 156, 

189, 249, 356 
Rowe, Leslie Dwight, 161, 333 
Rowe, Stephen French, 178, 377 
Rowell, Thomasine E., 356 
Rowe, Steven Anthony, 377 
Rowand Myra Louise 
Rowland. John David, 333 
Rowland. Robert C, Jr.. 187, 250, 251 

333 
Roy. Robert Regan 
Royall, William Ellsworth, 114, 356 
Ruben, Robert Benjamin, 166, 189 
Rubin, Kenneth Steven, 166, 356 
Rubin, Vivien Edna, 110, 126, 159, 333 
Rumburg, Kenneth Neil, 377 
Rumpler, James Wailes, 146, 147, 194, 

200, 333 
Runyon. James Douglas, 251, 377 
Rusnock. Stephen Andrew. 225 
Russell, Rees G., Jr. 
Russell, Robin Louise, 112 356 
Ruth, Thomas Jean 
Rutledge, David Whin, 100, 1 03, 167, 

356 
Rytter, Richard Keith 
Ryan, Giles Sandford, 377 
Ryan, Thomas Francis, 194, 195, 311 
Ryder, Natalie Franklin, 186. 211, 333 



Saflold, Gordon E., 189, 356 
Sager, Gary Lee, 169, 377 
Sale, Jo Carol. 272, 356 
Saleh, Jahongier, 189, 356 
Sallenger, Ruth Alice. 205, 333 
Salley, Mary Carrington, 125, 154, 205, 
378 



Salisbur 


1. Da 


liel Ernest, 377 


Sammon 


'/ 


con C, Jr., 356 


Sampse 


e, A 


ma Alice, 378 


Sampso 


Sha 


ron Leigh, 163, 356 


Samuel, 


John 


Boyd, 356 


Samuels 


Ken 


leth Bruce, 311 


Sanders 


Don 


aid Powell, 103, 104, 1 



356 
Sandidge, Walter Phillip, 181, 311 
Sands, George D. 
Sanford, Elizabeth Gayle, 200, 210, 

211, 311 
Sanford, Penelope Lee, 114, 158, 211, 

311 



S.i 


lilli, 


Gail Co 


■ "..'• , 


105. Ill 


173 


Sa 


itore 


Charles 


J, 






',, 


op. William Wade, 


Jr. 




5a 


dell, 


Stephen 


V. 


am, 194, 


356 


S.j 




Paul La 


urens 


154, 333 




',„ 


sami 


n. Kathryn Bri 


ght, 169, 


312 


'.. 




n, Jan F 


-,. lei 


ck, 169 




',.. 


i mor 


. Catha 


ine S 


san, 180 


356 




ulnier 


Marga 


■ ■: Lc 


uise, 105 


III, 




39, 172, 205 








'■„, 


nder 


, James 


t IS 1 


y, 179 




5a 


nder 


, Joseph 


Ron 


g, 103 




5a 


nder 


, Morris 


R., J 


r., 198, 199. 312 


Sa 


nder 


, R. Ga 


nette 







ck, Kerry Ann, 105, III, 125, 130, 



Niche 



el Richard 

!as C, 181, 333 



151, 219, 333 
Schaeffer, Randall Eugene, 242, 378 
Schafer, Donald Willis, 195, 233, 378 
Scheie 1 . Mary Christne, 356 
Scheid, Richard Arthur, 356 
Schenkel, Mario Walter 
Scherer, Stacy Elizabeth, 97, 154, 205, 

378 
Schiff, Howard Phillip 
Schilling, Stephen L. 
Schleif, Peter Robert, 378 
Schmeer, Donna Jean 
Schmidt, Brigitte, 211, 312 
Schmitt, Rodney Douglas 

Mary Christine. 172, 212, 378 



s,.-. 



Suv. 



A 



Ma 



378 
III, 172, 203, 



Schnebli, Ge 

356 
Schneider, Francis Lewis 
Schoenhut, Robert Wayne, 189, 312 
Schofer, Carol Anne, 356 
Scholz, Kathryn Louise. 378 
Schon, Mathias Joseph, III, 31.2 
Schonfeld, Ruby Gail, 97, 105, 209, 333 
Schraner, Don Paul, 312 
Schreiber, Donald Carl 
Schroeder, Lyle Clifford 
Schueler, Linda Lee, 378 
Schutz, Henry August, III, 233, 251, 

378 
Schwarting, Henry Victor, 333 
Schwartz, Barbara Ann, Ml, 206, 356 
rd M. 



Schwartzrr 
Schwiller, Sallh 



Charles John 
313 



ird Tho 

Scott, Bette Suzanne, III, 215, 356 
Scott, Carolyn Elizabeth, 157, 219, 378 
Scott, Dorothy Carroll, 112, 356 
Scott, Paul Alvin, 357 
Scott, Paul Wiley, 154, 312 
Scott, Peggy Lee 
Scott, Robert Edwin 
Scott, William Lloyd, Jr., 149, 334 
Scruggs. Susan Wray, 151, 357 
Seabrighf, Alice Lupton, 378 
Seal, Jenifer Marie, 273, 357 
Seale, Nancy Diane. 206, 357 
Seaver, Elizabeth Ross. 157 
Seay, Ann Austin, 334 
Sedlacek, Jarold Joseph, 184, 225, 357 
Sedwick, Mary Frances. 112, 213, 334 
See, Thomas French, 179, 357 
Seeger, Muriel Jane 
Seibert, William G., Jr., 170, 357 



Shackelford, Jean Hot 
Shacke'ford, David Le 



Virginia, 122, 162, 357 



ro, Joel S. 

, Stephanie Bundy 

James Stafford, 187, 334 

Martha Irwin. 159, 203. 357 

Stephen Ragsdale. 183 
John Robert; Jr., 179, 225, 357 

Dennis Geran, 185, 312 

Norbert John, 181, 225, 227, 357 
179, 334 



Co e 



M., Jr., 378 



She 

She 

Sheeran, Robert All< 

Sheffield, Linda Gail, 102, 122, Z 

277, 334 
Sheffield, Susan T., 210 211, 312 
Sheffy, Mary Veronica 
Shelburne, Walter Avory, 357 
Shelley, Marilyn Kenan, 334 
Shelton. Martin Randolph, 312 
Shelly, Richard Wilson, 156, 334 
Shepard, Philip Thomas 
Shepherd, Almeda Ann, 157, 273 
Shepherd, Lewis. 155 
Sheppard, John Philip 
Sherman, Christopher B., 126, 159 
Sherman, Larry Newton, 174, 334 
Sherman, Laura Lyell 

Mary Esther, 108, 117, I 



112 



Shi 



Shickel, Lind 



Carol Fern, 211, 378 
Malcolm, Jr., 157, 195, 378 
le, 68, 378 

John 



Shomo, Lawrence Paul 
Shoosmith. John Norman 
Shore, Eileen Elizabeth 
Shores, Lucille Patricia, 334 
Shortell, Brian Stephen, 179, 357 
Shorter, Ellen. 150, 203, 357 
Shotwell, India Marie, 207, 378 
Edna Lockett, 48. 334 



Savage, Anne Ca 



Shn 



Charles Ed* 



Siev 



334 



Charles F.. 170, 198, 199, 257, 



Sigafoes, Robert Brian. 162, 313 
Sigafoes, William Howard, 184, 357 
Sikorski, Richard Elwood, 225 
Sills, Richard Edward, 378 
Simms, William Coy, III 



Sii 



elli, Ja 



193 



Simpkins, Fred Crawford, 378 
Simpson, Joan Eve. 157, 162, 219, 334 
Simpson, Robert Lee, Jr., 115, 155 
Portanova, Carol H. D. Sims 
Sims, E'izabeth K.. 207 352 
Sims, Kirby Powell, 179, 313 
Singleton, William A., 249, 378 
Sipple, Harry Burgett, 357 
Skeen, Sandra Lou, 212 378 
Skelton, Jean Watson 379 
Skinner, Steven Flint 

M., 159, 161, 



172, 21 



Slaus. 



i34 



Patsy Virginia 
Slauson, William E., 107, 117, 313 
Slayton, Earlene B., 48, 97, 213 "313 
Slight, Fredric Wendell 
Slobe. Alan Keith, 181, 334 
Slocum, Robert Richard 
Slotnick, Stephen Lee, 193, 225, 357 
Small, Susan Holmes. 48. 97, 215 379 



Smeds, Russell Cla 



M., Jr., 97, 104, 160, 
Cooper, 104. 194, 334 



Elizabeth, 357 



Smith, Carol Le 



th, Ca 



lith, Charles Michael, 187 
lith, Craig McCormick 
lith, Cynthia Sue, 212, 379 
lith, Donna Hanlon, 203, 358 
lith, Donna Looram 
ith, Dora Jean 
lith, Mrs. Doris McCauley 
lith, Eric Scott 
ith, James H., 181, 313" 
lith, James Michael, 334 
lith, Janet Cline, 211, 358 
.ith, Janet Taylor 
lith, Karen Olson 
eth Elwoc 



J 58 



120, 184, 



Sha 



162, 209, 334 
Smith, Margarette Louise, 216, 379 
Smith, Norman Griffith, Jr., 187 
Smith, Paul Stuart 
Smith, Peter Winslow, 195, 379 
Smith, Richard H., Jr. 
Smith, Richard Meredith, 199 334 
Smith, Robert Edward Jr. 
Smith, Robert Owen, 313 
Smith. Ruth Esther 
Smith, Sandra Lee, 215, 358 
Sm th, Sandra Lynne, 358 
Smith, Sally McVicar, 48 95 99 100 

101, 105, 215, 313 
Smith, Shelby Myrick, 334 
Smith. Sydney, III, 384 
Smith, Stephen Keese, 379 
Smith, S. Strother. Ill, I 15 155 
Smith, Walter A., Ill 
Smith, William Cabell 
Smith, William Morgan, II, 358 
Smith, William Sanford, 313 
Smith, William S., Jr. 
Smyth, Larry Douglas. 156, 358 
Snead, Jane L.. 21 I 313 
Snedegar, Suzanne Marie, 158 358 
Snell, Stephen Holmes 313 
Snelling, Linda Rauck 
Snow. Walter Leon 
Snyder, Richard Craig 
Snyder, Stephen Michael 194. 35! 



Soltys, 
Somer 
Sophe 
Son 



I.' i 



Willi 
Ten 



Stephe 



D., 334 



154, 166 



I, Linda. 159. 358 
Storti, George Michael 
Soter, Robert Wilson, 104, 183. 358 
Sothoron, Margaret B., 125, 215, 379 
Sours, John Delmar, 95, 99, 104, 110, 

119. 124, 125, 126, 193, 314 
Southall, Joan Elizabeth, 112 213 358 
Southerland, Hugh Barry 379 
Spady, Denard Charles, 379 
Scain. Thomas Linwood. 191. 358 
Spalding, Evetta Denlse, 379 
Sparks. Philip Lee 
Spaulding, David Lee, Jr., 130, 157 

189. 195, 379 
Spaulding. Thomas Burley, 97, 334 
Spears, Carol Irene 
Spears, Nancy Jean, 112, 123, 358 
Speer, Byron Morrow, 198, 199, 200, 

314 
Speer, 
Spell, 



an Elaine 

rrence Stroud, 194, 251, 358 



Spencer, Betty Jean, 203, 334 

Spencer, Jayme Ruth 

Spencer, Wayne Ross 

Spengerman. Donald F.. 120. 379 

Spiggle. Susan, 157 

Spirn. Stuart Douglas, 103, 104, 126, 

189, 334 
Spratley, Claude Vernon I. 
Sprinkel, Mary Jane, 205, 335 
Spurling, Richard Dudley, 194, 250, 

251, 379 
Stafford, Mary Louise, 130, 379 
Staggers, Harry Joseph 
Stalk, Howard H., Ill 
Stainback, Suzanne V., 105, 114, 218 

219, 314 
Staley, Joanna 

Stancil, Jo Lynne. 48. 121, 158, 219, 358 
Strange, Patrick William, 335 
Stansbury, Barbara Louise, 112, 335 
Staton, Betty Anne, 108, 113, 114, 172, 

203. 314 
Stedman, Mary Mackall. 123, 158. 203 

335 



Steib. 


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Stiele 


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Stith, 


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Stokes 


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Stoneburner, Ruth Anna, 116,, 163, 205. 

314 
Stoneham, Ann Neville, 91, 205, 335 
Stoner, William Patrick 
Stotz, Wendy Ray 

Stout, Charles Forrest, 179, 246, 335 
Stout, James Wesley, 185, 358 
Stout, Joseph Tobii 



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Mary Elizabeth, 203, 335 
Straeter, Terry Anthony 
Strange, Allison Gordon, 207, 358 
Stratton, Judith Mae, 211, 358 
Streetman, Larry Eugene. 379 
Strickland, June Rose 
Stroube, Robert Bruce 
Stuart, John Michael, 379 
Sturges, Christine Anne. 117. 213, 358 
Sturges, Elizabeth M., 105, 209 
Sublett, Thomas Carlton, 193, 233 
Suchomel. Frank H., II 
Suit, Wm. Tull 
Suling, Jeffrey K. 
Sullenberger, Lloyd C. 
Sullivan, George M., Jr., 161, 314 
Sullivan, Julia McChree, 200, 207, 314 
Sullivan, Mary Jane, 157, 172, 358 
Sullivan, Roll Albert, 185 
Sullivan, Timothy Jackson, 107, 109, 314 
Sundin, Linda Elliott, 215, 379 
Sundin, Nancy Johanna, 215, 358 
Sung, Leona 

Sutelan, David Kegebein 
Sutherland, Anne L., 154. 314 
Sutherland, Don Page. 165, 167, 184, 

335 
Sutton, Christopher, 190, 191, 314 
Swanson, Harry Kent, III, 187, 358 
Swanson, Janice Louise, 209, 358 
Swanson, Suzanne, 218. 219, 335 
Swarts, Susan. 107. 208. 209, 314 
Swartz, Ida Sue. 336 
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Shultz, Paul Kennedy, Jr 



162, 379 

209, 273, 275, 379 



Taback, Ma. Stephan. 359 
Tabor, Barron Floyd 



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Tackett, Randall Bryan, 336 

Taggart, Robert, III 

Taylor. Christine, 125, 219, 379 

Tarpley, Marilyn Sue, 379 

Tassey. Gregory Curtis 

Tate, Sandra Ray, 203, 336 

Tatum James Luther. 162. 379 

Taylor. Albert Joseph, Jr. 

Taylor Anthony Ray, 379 

Taylor. Christine, 125, 219, 379 

Taylor, Dennis P.. 150 

Taylor, Douglas D., 154, 379 

Taylor, James Elry, Jr. 

Taylor, James Russell. 189. 379 

Taylor. Jeffrey Alan 

Taylor. Keith Allen. 100, 103, 117, 135 
183, 257. 315 

Taylor, Louise Stratton 

Taylor Manlee Rosa 

Taylor, Susan Watkins, 206, 207, 359 

Taylor, Wilbur Austin, 181, 236. 239. 
359 

Teagle, William Floyd 

Teass, Horace A.. Jr., 155 

Teitelbaum, April H. 

Temes, Sanford Posnick, 166, 336 

Temple, Tom Guy Eccles. 160. 249. 254, 
263. 3IS 

Thatcher, Christine L. 

Thatcher, Nancy Ann, 359 

Theberge, Norman B., Jr., 183, 379 

Thibeault, Sheila Ann, 107, 151, 207 

315 
Thomas, Carol Lewis, 315 
Thomas, Deborah Ann, 207, 315 
Thomas Mary Randolph, 91 
Thomas, Mitchell Edgar 
Thomas, Orville Van, 359 
Thomas, Philip Joseph, 187, 359 
Thommason, Miriam Collins 
Thompson, Louis Craig 
Thompson. Mary Keiffer. 212, 379 
Thompson, Robert Leonard, 104. 127. 

183. 359 
Thompson, Theresa, 113, 211, 336 
Thompson, Sandra June, 203, 359 
Thomson Cathy B., 97, 98, 108, 204, 

205, 315 
Thomson, Laurence F., 103 
Thornberg, William A., Jr. 
Thornbury, Carlton Forest 
Thore Mary Frances 
Thorne, Charles E., Jr., 146. 182. 183. 

315 
Thornton, Elaine Scott, 102, 207, 336 
Thornton, Louise R., 211. 315 
Thurston, Eugene R., Jr. 
Tichy Joseph Charles, III, 379 
Tiliberg Richrd Harry 249, 359 
Tiller. Joseph Wallace 
Timm, Spencer Lewis, 179, 249, 316 
Todd, Glenn T., 103, 163, 182. 183. 315 
Todd. James M., 144, 146, 183, 316 
Todd, John Buxton, Jr., 183, 245, 359 
Todd, Patricia B. 



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Tomb, David Alan 

Tomes. Robert Edward, 155, 193, 316 

Tomlinson, Richard R., 75, 187, 262, 359 

Tompkins, James Robert, 156, 161, 359 

Tonelson. Louis Owen, 379 

Tongour, Nadia, 209, 359 

Torbert, Peter C, 157. 316 

Totman, Lorna Claire, 162 

Townsend, Gary Eugene 

Tozzi, John Lee, 380 

Traufman, Thomas Scott, 194. 195, 257, 

336 
Travis. Philip Arthur, 380 
Traylor. James Russell, 336 
Traynor, Dorothea A., 214, 215, 316 
Tremble, Trueman R., Jr.. 359 
Tribelhorn, Karl Peter. 225. 359 
Trice, Joe. 194 

Trice, John Anderson. III. 359 
Trice, Linda Jean, 161. 214. 215, 336 
Trice, Robert Holmes, Jr., 104, 180, 

181. 359 
Trice, Cynthia Webb, 380 
Tripson, Logan, 359 
Tropf, William Jacob, III, 97, 359 
Troth, James Robert, 115, 155 384 
Troutman, Sharon Leigh. 359 
Truesdell, Donna K., 97, 174. 316 
Tucker, Carolyn Anne, 203, 316 
Tucker, Hazel Johnson, 158 316 
Tucker, James Letcher, 385 
Tucker. John Allen. Jr., 187, 359 
Tucker, Judy Ann 170 
Tucker, Thomas Michael, 262 359 
Tudor. John D.. 103. 183. 316 
Tuggle, Lorene May, 336 
Tugman, Alfred Best, Jr. 
Tupper, Kathryn Lynn, 48, 172, 215. 336 
Turgeon, Kenneth Wayne 
Turner. Dennis Sarnuel, 336 
Turner, Elizabeth Carol. 380 
Turner, Frank M., 97, 109, 110 129 160 

316 
Turner, John Michael, IN, 359 
Turner, Joseph R., Jr., 256, 316 
Turner, Mary Frances, 336 
Turville, Nonie W. 122 
Turville, William Charles 380 
Tuthill, James Albert 225 
Tuttle. Margaret Emily A., 359 
Twigg, Carol Ann 
Tyler, Anne Shelton 



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Uhl, Laurie Susan, 152, 215, 336 
Ullrich. Thomas William, 160, 199. 336 
Underwood, Nancy S. 

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Vacca. Linda Lee, 97, 105, III, 125. 

159, 272, 360 

Vacha, Terrance Harold 

Vaiden, Caroline E., 120, 380 

Vail, Barbara Sue, 380 

Vakos, Patricia Louise. 211. 360 

Vakos. William John, 104, 160, 183, 337 

Vancho, Catherine Mary. 212. 337 

Vanderslice, Sandra Faye 

Van Gilder, Gordon Neil, 316 

Van Meter, puentin Lee, 130, 380 

Vann, Martha Ann, 380 

Varela, Gail Enid, 157, 216. 380 

Vasiliou Margaret Ellen, 337 

Vaughan Frances Marilyn 

Vaughn Frederick M. 

Vaughan, Rebecca Magette, 212, 380 

Vaughn David Alonza 

Vergara. James Joseph, Jr., 380 

Verhine, Patricia Anne, 380 

Vernon, Randolph Edward, 114, 360 

Verser. Carol Ann 

Verser, John James, III 

Verser, Nancy Ware, 125, 167, 380 

Vick, Ann Knightley, 172, 380 

Victor, James Elijah, III, 360 

Vilbrandt. Jo Anne, 213, 360 

Larson, Anne Vining, Mrs. 

Vincent, James Russell, 187, 360 

Vincent, Russell, A.. Jr. 

Vining. Kathleen Anne. 21 I, 380 

Vining, Robert B.. Jr., 317 

Vogel, Mary Jean, 157, 162, 360 

Volz, Douglas Charles. 184, 380 

Vopatek, Patricia Anne 

Vore, Steven Brooks. 360 

Vos, Richard Albert. 117. 317 

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Wachcic. Richard Moran. 197. 317 
Wade Denakay Evans, 107, 112, 129, 

317 
Wade, Elizabeth Ann, 360 
Wade, Harriet Anne, 360 
Wadkins, Elizabeth Lee, 150, 211. 360 
Wagnon. Joan Leslie. 151. 360 
Wagstaff, John Skinner 
Wainwright, Barbara Ann, 360 
Waite, Burt Allan, 193, 233, 380 
Wakerlin, Nikki Helen, 97, 123, 173 

203, 337 
Waldrep, Shirley Jo, 337 
Wales, Linda Mary. 168, 337 
Walk, Lawrence Edward, 181, 225, 317 
Walker, David George, 236, 238, 241 
Walker, Edward Fahey, 280 
Walker, James Lafayette. 246, 247, 360 
Walker, Lloyd Daniel. Jr., 380 
Walker. Martha Elizabeth, 207, 360 
Walker, Priscilla Ann 207, 337 
Walker, Suzanne Tatum, 380 
Wall Elizabeth C, 380 
Walline, Katharine Kirk, 219, 380 
Walrath. Nancy Elizabeth. 158, 162 
Walsh, Edward Robert, 360 
Walsh Martin Denis, 317 
Walsh, Patrick Joseph, 199, 317 
Walter, Gary Donald, 181. 337 
Walter, Timothy James, 97, 181, 236, 

239, 317 
Walters, Barnett K., Jr., 156. 160, 317 
Walthall, Jo Ann, 143, 154, 380 
Walton, Cecelia Kaye 154, 213, 36C 
Walton, Jean Marl 
Walton, Ruth Cadd. 317 
Wandall, Frankie Norton 
Wandrei, Robert Thomas, 385 
Warburton, Elizabeth,. 380 
Warcholick, Stephen R., 380 
Ward. John Russell. 161. 317 
Ward, Mary Eve, 110, 124, 125, 215 

337 
Ward, Susan Jeanne, 48, 129, 217, 317 
Warder, Stanley Allan 
Ware, David Warren, Jr., 360 
Ware, Elinor Patricia 
Ware, Frances Faulconer, 380 
Ware, Susan Elaine, 112, 360 
Warner, Albert Turner, 317 
Warrington, Ann Signe. 127, 213, 360 
Waterman Mary Regina, 143, 172 
Waters, Gretchen Theresa, 122, 150, 

207, 380 
Waters, Irma Lynn 
Watkins Gail 

Watkins, Janet, 153, 219, 380 
Watkins, Stephen Houston, 183, 380 
Watson, David Perrin, 199, 245, 38C 
Watson, Deborah 
Watson, George H., Ill, 127, 380 
Watson, Kim Ellen 
Watson Leslie Ray Jr., 199, 280 
Watson. Linda Carol, 174, 219. 360 
Watt William Barton 103 183, 317 
Watts, James Stuart, 104, 122, 149, 

160, 174, 318 
Weaver, John Wood, 380 
Weaver. Michael George, 158. 193, 

225, 231, 318 
Weaver, Valendon Ruth, 209, 337 
Weaver, Willard R.. Jr. 
Weaver, William L. 



Weber, Jeanne Dauphin, 275, 318 

Webster, Gall Marie 

Weeks. Robert F., 117, 136, 137, 194, 

318 
Welher, Mary Katherine, 360 
Weiland, Wm. Henry, 99, 103, 104, 

109, 145. 146, 183, 318 
Weill, Robert Jeffrey 143 263 360 
Weinhold, Marion Louise, 213, 318 
Weinstein, Linda Salsbury, 162, 318, 

360 
Solomon Marcia Diane 
Weisberg, Edward Joseph 127 159 

166, 189. 380 
Weiss, William Joseph 
Weissenstein, Peggy Ann 
Wellons William Lindley 
Wells, Faye Frances, 337 
Wells, William C, Jr., 97. 103. 154, 

197, 380 
Welt, Selman Irvin, 123, 130, I 
Wendell, Anthony J. 
Wenk. Walter R.. Jr.. 97. 98, 99. 103 

104, 199, 236, 237, 240, 318 
Wenrlch, Elizabeth R., 360 
Wergley, Albert Nash 181 380 
Werner, Jean Louise, 380 
Werner, Stephen Gary, 380 
Wessells, Martha Lucas. 112, 128 318 
West, Carlton Bryan, Jr., 113. 143, 31 
West, Margaret Lou'se, 380 
West, Nancy, 272. 277. 360 
West. Robert Bruce, 193 246 337 
Westbrook, William E., Jr., 197 337 
Westerman. Richard, 189 360 
Westermann Robert L. Jr. 
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Wheeler, Patrick Francis 181 233 
Wheeler, Sherman Vincent 318 
Wheeler, William A. Jr. 3E0 
Whibley. Roderick Frank, 178 
Whicker, Johnne Cherre, 97, 98, 105 

125, 126, 205, 339, 360 
Whitaker, Lawrence George, 137, 337 
White, Alan Whitcomb, 162 318 
White, Allan Eugene, 187 380 
White, -Alison Augusta 
White, Brian Ervin. 380 
White. David Ritchie 360 
White. Gail Evelyn. 215 380 
White. Jacqueline Lee 381 
White, Judith Kennedy 
White. Mary Charles, 102 203 337 
White. Peter Haynes. 115, 155' 385 
White, Robert Lawrence 95 97 98 

99, 109, 320, 337 
White, Ronald Wesley 155 
White, Ruth Parks 
White, William Forrest 
Wh.tehead, Sharon J. 112, 13 

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Whitehurst, Anne Winslow. 205 381 
Whitehurst, Kenneth N.. Jr.. 115 155 
Whitfield, Katherine H. 213 318 
Whiting, Lawrence D., II. 189 381 
Whitley, Margaret Anne 
Whitlow. Lynda Anne, 211, 381 
Whitman, Esther Thompson 360 
Whitten, Thomas Courtney ' 
Widell, Richard Robert, 195 234 245 

360 
Wieset, Bert H., Jr. 
Wiggins, Thomas Richard, 185, 337 
Wiqglesworth, Haywood A. 
Wightman, William Howard 
Wilborn. Irvin M.. Jr.. 381 
Wilbur, Barbara L. 
Wilcox Gay West 
Wilcox, Louis Kent 
Wild, Joan Elizabeth, 207, 360 
Wilkerson, Dorothy Swann, 105. 127, 

150, 213. 360 
Wilkins, Harry Day. Jr., 149 154, 161, 

318 
Wilkinson. Mary Ellen 
Wilkinson. Richard Graham, 381 
Willard, Edgar Harold, III, 256 360 
Willard, Kenneth H. 
Willard, Ronald Herbert 191 337 
Willey, Robert H.. Jr., 160 181, 319 
Williams, Benjamin A.. Ill 181 225 

360 
Williams, Charles L., 157, 161, 183 360 
Williams, Christopher B. 
Williams, Donald Lewis, 194 
Williams, Gail Tennille, 71, 91 119 

215. 319 
Williams, Gary Murdock. 154 319 
Williams James L. 
Williams, James Lowell, 135, 154 381 
Williams, Jeffrey Edward. 360 
Williams, James Newton, 381 
Williams. John Wharton, 337 
Williams, Kenneth Lewis, 187, 257 337 
Williams, Mary Jean, 219. 319 
Williams, Mary Karen, 139, 204 205 

319 
Williams, Patricia Anne. 110, 319 
Williams, Ronald Arthur, 319 
Williams, Sandra Lynn 
Williams, Sue Rawls, 205, 381 
Williams, Walter W., 161. 337 
Williamson, Ronald J., 130, 337 



Willis, Nancy Leigh 

Willis, William Morrow. 338 

Willner, Robert George. 199, 257, 338 

Wilson, Dale Wagers, 209, 381 

Wilson, John W. 

Wilson, Virginia K. 

Wilson, Wallace Lee, Jr., 319 

Winch. Alice Rebekah, 169, 361 

Winchester, Sheila Ann, 202, 381 

Windle, Charles Beverly, 162, 338 

Windley. Sarah Rose, 338 

Wme. Mary Sue, 381 

Wineman, Miriam Patricia, 157, 216 

Winfree, Ann Lewis, 97, 207, 338 

Wing, Stephen John, 189, 381 

Wing, Stephen Staley, 130, 154. 234, 

245. 361 
Wingo, Donald Joe. 193, 233 
Winn, Joseph Ernest. 183. 361 
Winslow. Lois Violet. 385 
Winston. Charles D. 
Withers, Howard V., III. 236 
Withers, Glenne Dora. 361 
Withol, Elizabeth M. 338 
Witt. Edward Harden. 245 
Witten, Winifred Ann, 251 
Witt, David Lynwood, 381 
Wlttmus. Liane Lindsey, 117, 213, 319 
Witty, Donald P., 155, 338 
Witty, Thomas E., Jr.. 263 
Woerle, Anne Dixon, 120' 
Woerle, Ronald Anton, 120 
Wojno, Stanley J., Jr., 103, 130, 381 
Wolf, Brian John, 236 
Wolf, Henry Charles, 385 
Wolf, Robert Paul, 115, 155, 385 
Wolff, Ellen Gene. 120, 360 
Womble, Benjamin E., Jr., 103, 194 

361 
Wong, Robert Seng Pu! 
Wonnell, Donn Thomas. 189, 381 
Wood. Cecily Claire. 361 
Wood, Frances Nowlan 
Wood. Robin Louise. 361 
Woodahl, Ann Elizabeth. 381 
Woodard, Diane Elizabeth, 211, 381 
Woodman. Douglas P. 
Woods. Deborah Alden 
Woodward, Joan, 361 
Woodward, Mary Rawles 
Woody, Patricia Anne 
Wooleyhan, Alfred M.. Jr., 199, 381 
Woolley, Vincent Devere, 199, 245, 381, 
Works. Robert F. 
Wcrlev Rae Ellen. 102. 151, 163 200 

205. 338 
Worrell, Howard Walton, Jr., 338 
Worzniak, Michael John 
Wright, Beverly Jo. 338 
Wright, Donald E.. Jr., 36! 
Wright, Franklin L.. 196, 197 
Wright, Sarah Nancy 
Wright, Thomas Baxter. Jr., 100 130, 

194. 361 
Wulff, Barry Lee 
Wyatt, Betty Wade, 120, 361 
Wyrick, Linda Jeanne, 209, 381 

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Yager. Sharon Ann, 216, 381 

Yates. Alfred Glenn. 178, 225 

Yeager, Mary Vienna, 97, 105, 219, 361 

Yoder, Susan Jane, 338 

Young, Charles Joseph. 75. 225, 227, 

361 
Young, Joann Linda, 381 
Young, John Finley, 97, 154, 381 
Young, Linda Jean 
Young, Mary Kathryn, 173 
Young. Richard Lloyd 
Youngblood. Clevie C. 48, 100, 105 

209, 272, 273, 338 
Yount, Anne Leslie 
Yu, William Jen Hen, 385 
Yuhas, Linda, 172, 361 
Yungman, Georqe Thomas 
Yurachek, Paul Anthony, 185, 361 



Zaba, Joel Norman, 103, 166, 188, 18 

200. 319 
Zaleski, Allan Donald 
Zarnegar, Bizhan M., 163, 319 
Zeigler, Harvey H., Jr., 162, 361 
Zemore, Robert Walter 
Zenker, Sandra, 216, 381 
Zepul, Patricia Louise, 126, 219, 381 
Zevgolis, Sophia Joan 
Zickefoose. Barbara Jean 
Ziqlar, Steven Woodley, 120, 361 
Zweniq, Frances Anne, 338 
Zychowski, Thaddeus Frank, 193, 233, 



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Patrons 



Binn's Fashion Shop 

Casey's of Williamsburg 

The Christmas Shop 

College Pharmacy 

The College Shop 

Colonial Delicatessen 

Colonial Motel 

Colonial Restaurant 

Colonna Studios, Inc. 

Congress Inn — Page Boy Restaurant 

Corner Greeks 

Crotty Brothers, Inc. 

Earl N. Levitt, Inc. 

Forbes Candy and Gourmet Shop 

Frazier-Graves Co., Inc. 

Goodyear Service Station — Tires and Batteries 

Holiday Inn of Williamsburg 

Hornsby Heating Oil Co. 

House of Charm 

Howard Johnson's Motor Lodge 

The Lobster House 

Madison's, Inc. 

Mark's Sports Center 

Master Cleaners 

Miller's Camera Shop, Inc. 



Mount Vernon Motor Lodge 

The Pastry Shop 

Peninsula Bank and Trust Co. 

Person Ford, Inc. 

Raleigh Motel 

Ray Brown 

Rich's Drive-In 

Rose's Stores, Inc. 

Schmidt's Florist and Record Shop 

State Farm Insurance Co. 

Taylor Burgess Hairdressing Salon 

Taylor Publishing Company 

Tioga Motor Court 

Virginia Gazette, Inc. 

von Dubell Studio 

W & M Restaurant 

W & R Cleaners 

West End Market 

Mr. Thomas Williams, Photographer 

Williamsburg Drug Co. 

Williamsburg Restoration, Inc. 

Williamsburg Shopping Center Association 

Williamsburg Theater 

Williamsburg Veterinary Hospital 



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Acknowledgments 



This year we have tried to do something different. The 1966 Colonial Echo has broken many of the tradi- 
tions of previous volumes, hopefully for the better. For the first time in 70 years, the yearbook was printed 
by offset rather than by letterpress, allowing the book to be expanded by 80 pages and giving more 
freedom of design. This was the first year that the staff has created all the layouts, producing a freer and 
more lively format. We have tried to include many more candid pictures of student activities in order 
to capture the spirit and life of the College. It is hoped that these efforts have resulted in an interest- 
ing and accurate record of life at William and Mary for 1965-66. 

The task of producing a 400 page book is certainly a large and complex one and could not have been 
accomplished without the cooperation of many people. To all those that helped in compiling the 1966 
Colonial Echo, I wish to express my sincere thanks. First and foremost, I want to thank the members of the 
Photography Staff for their conscientious efforts throughout the year. Without the dilligent work of Tom 
Cory — Photo Editor, Torrey Froscher, and Martha Berger, the book could not have been assembled. To my 
Associate Editor, Carol Jones, I would like to express my gratitude for her help on the Introduction and 
Division Pages, for her many hours spent in proofing, and for her help with special problems throughout 
the year. The efficient work of Business Manager Ron Woerle was an essential but behind the scenes part 
of getting out the book, and I am indebted to him for his cooperation. I want to thank Organizations 
Editor Betty Bishop and her staff for their hard work in compiling the largest, most interesting, and com- 
plete record of the activities of the myriad of organizations on Campus. Bonnie Robinson and her Class 
Staff have produced the most lively, varied, and complete summary of the classes at William and Mary, 
and their efforts are much appreciated. A special note of thanks is due Copy Editor Dickey Barron for 
her untiring help in preparing the copy for the 1966 Echo and for the time she gave during Thanksgiving 
Vacation and Semester Break. 

Sports Editor Pat Butler has compiled a very complete and thorough record of athletic events during the 
1965-66 school year, and he deserves much recognition for the outstanding job he has done. The Student 
Life section was very ably guided by Jane Brower, whose originality has produced a vital part of the book. 
The Echo is indebted to Layout Editor Steve Ziglar and his staff for their aid in preparing the varied and 
original layouts used in this year's edition. I wish to acknowledge Judy Morris for editing an unusually lively 
and complete Sorority Section. Dee Boren has done a superb job of conducting the Miss William and Mary 
Contest, and we are grateful to her for her efforts. Don Hall and Nikki Wakerlin have worked hard in writing 
the copy for the 1966 Echo, and their assistance is much appreciated. A special thanks is reserved for 
Florence Fraser, Administration and Faculty Editor, Index Editor and Editorial Assistant, whose devotion 
to the 1966 Colonial Echo has been surpassed by no one and whose advice, help, and support have aided 
me in countless ways throughout the year. 

I also want to thank Dean W. Melville Jones for his help with the Administration section and Dean J. W. 
Lambert for his aid in solving many problems throughout the year. The Echo is indebted to Mr. Warren J. 
Green for the use of the yearbook office, and to Mr. Dudley M. Jensen for supplying IBM lists for use 
in the Class Section and Index. A special thanks is expressed to Mr. W. T. Reece for his continual advice 
on financial matters. Mr. Thomas L. Williams also merits special acknowledgment for his many photographs 
of student activities and organizations. We are also indebted to Mr. Alexander of Colonna Studios for 
his untiring cooperation in taking class portraits. 

The 1966 Colonial Echo was printed by Taylor Publishing Co. of Dallas, Texas, and our gratitude is ex- 
pressed to Mr. Pete Peterson and Mr. Dan DeFalco of the Richmond office for their help all year. Also I 
wish to thank Mr. Joe Carson of the Dallas office for his continual assistance regarding production mat- 
ters during the year, and Mr. Norman Dowdy for his help in preparing the cover and title and contents 

P a 9 es - Robert Gatten 

Editor-in-Chief 



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